Dangers of untreated migraines

estre004 at 15h38
Dangers of untreated migraines

I read this comment on the Health Central Website.

It is so important we try to manage our Migraines so
they don't become chronic, which can happen all to easily. Because
anyone who has three or more Migraines a month needs to be talking with
their doctor about prevention. There's growing evidence that Migraine is
a progressive brain disease. A recent study showed that Migraines can
cause brain damage, and that people with three or more Migraines a month
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