Kellie M. Walsh

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Exercise-Induced Migraines: Symptoms, Prevention, and More


Movement often triggers migraines. Exercise activities like rotating your body quickly, turning your head suddenly, or bending over can all trigger or aggravate migraine symptoms.

A migraine is a headache disorder characterized by moderate to intense throbbing pain, nausea, and heightened sensitivity to external stimuli or the environment. You may have experienced a migraine if you’ve:
• had a headache so overwhelming that it was difficult to work or concentrate
• felt a pulsating pain in your head that was accompanied by nausea
• experienced extreme sensitivity to bright light or loud sound
•seen stars or spots in your field of vision . . . 

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