What’s the difference between Migraine Migraine Headache and Tension Headaches and Migraine Headache and Tension Headaches?

What’s the difference between Migraine Migraine Headache and Tension Headaches and Migraine Headache and Tension Headaches?
I get a lot of migraines, but I don’t know if they are just plain All kinds of Headache, though I guess it doesn’t make that much of a difference, so this question is just to answer a personal question of mine’s. Thanks for the help.

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Answer by Dirk
When I get migraines, my vision starts to suck, and I can’t read or focus. Then my head starts to pound, and it’s usually accompanied by a feeling of sickness, and I eventually throw up. That’s what happens when I have a migraine, and I get them pretty often unfortunately.

For All kinds of Headache, they just make my head hurt, that’s all.

4 thoughts on “What’s the difference between Migraine Migraine Headache and Tension Headaches and Migraine Headache and Tension Headaches?”

  1. Migraines are a form of a headache.

    If you ever had a true migraine – you would know the difference.

    Migraines make you nauseous, make light and sound unbearable, makes you feel like someone buried an axe in your head, makes you feel like there is a little person in your head trying to push your eyeballs out – slowly. The slightest sound – the least light makes you feel like you’ve been shot in space without a space suit.

    You cannot function at all – as you cannot tolerate light or sound or food or smell of food. You cannot move as the slightest motion gives you a dizzy spell 27 times worse than any you’ve ever had before.

    I had one so bad one time – my pillow felt like sharp rocks. And I could not move it because if I did – I knew I was going to spin off the edge of the earth.

    The only cure for mine was the darkest room, absolutely no light or sound and try to sleep.

    Ever had a bad hangover? Multipy that by 100 and you have a migraine.

  2. Migraines are usually one sided headaches and can cause vomiting in their intensity, some people also see flashing lights or colours, Migraines are also usually debilitating necessitating the sufferer to lie down in a darkened room.
    Head aches are more generalised and can be anywhere on your head eg right across the forehead on top of your head and although annoying you can still continue activities without too much problem.
    Hope this helps

  3. they are produced by the same cause usually, nerve interference causing circulatory disturbance to the head, but with migraines the intermediate cause is hormonal, from nerve interference to the adrenal glands. the correction is specific upper neck adjustment. see an hio method chiropractor.

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