Migraines can cause severe pain with throbbing on one side of the face. Sometimes they’re accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. If you get migraines it’s just as important to learn how to recover from them as it is to prevent or treat them.
Often when your child is experiencing a migraine headache you may not recognize it as such. This is partly because they might not be able to communicate their symptoms very well and partly because not all migraines present the same way. Would you know how to recognize your child’s migraines?