Classic Migraines

Classic migraines begin 10-30 minutes before the arrival of the actual headache, with a phenomenon known as an aura. People experiencing an aura may feel pins and needles, have trouble speaking, have muscle weakness, and commonly have visual disturbances seeing things such as flashing lights, zigzag lines, bright spots, or a loss of part of their field of vision. Common migraines aren't preceded by an aura, but people may experience some mental fuzziness, mood changes, fatigue, and the unusual retention of fluids beforehand.

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