How are you? Migraines headaches are primary headaches which means that there is no underlying medical condition and there is no history of trauma. It can be triggered by several factors such as food, weather, altitude and many others. To prevent them from happening, it is important that you identify the possible triggers of your headache. There is a headache/migraine tracker here in Medhelp that may help. Rest, ice packs and other pain medications prescribed by your doctor can help provide relief. Try to avoid using over-the-counter pain medicines because these can lead to rebound headaches. Talk to your doctor about this and determine the medication suited for you and available in your country. Take care and do keep us posted.
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