With Migraine Pain by C. Esser Lake
Although the physiological mechanism of migraines is not fully understood, researchers do know that they occur when various factors trigger the trigeminal nerve in the brain to throb and the arteries in the head to become overly dilated.
Migraine Headaches: Triggers and Treatments by Celeste E. Williams, DailyPhysician.com The
daily stresses of living can cause the muscles around the head and neck to contract,
resulting in a tension headache; the most common type of headache. But can you
actually experience a migraine headache and not know it?
Off Migraine Pain by T.
Nordenberg How to
recognize the early warning signs of oncoming migraines and take
effective action to control and ward off pain.
and Insomnia: Some Coping Skills by S.
McElhinney You are ready for
bed and feel a migraine coming on. So much for sleep!
Not exactly. Here are some tips from other migraineurs that
will help you get some ZZZ's.