Migraines are known for a number of symptoms, especially a moderate to severe headache, light sensitivity, and nausea. However, other symptoms may accompany migraines that you might not have associated with the condition. We’re going to take a look at 5 common migraines symptoms that most people are unaware of.
Next time you have a migraine, check for these symptoms:
As noted above, the top two bones of the spine may come into play in migraine occurrence, especially if you suffer from neck pain or stiffness. However, if you have a history of head or neck injury, you should have the upper cervical spine examined even if you don’t suffer any neck pain during your migraine attacks. Contact an upper cervical chiropractor near you to learn more about how this subspecialty of chiropractic is helping many migraine patients find relief.
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