Migraine Headaches, Vision Effects Topic Guide
Migraine Headaches, Vision Effects: Migraines are severe, recurrent headaches that usually affect one side of the head. Many times, symptoms include visual affects like auras or scotomas (a blank patch in the field of vision). Treatment for visual effects of migraines includes a number of drugs used to treat the migraine as a whole, as well as adequate sleep and exercise.
Migraine Headache in Children Migraine is a headache condition that comes back again and again. Ten percent of children get migraines, and an even higher percentage of teenagers have them.
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