Written by Kathleen Duffy | Gannett News Service
Waking up with a throbbing headache is frustrating, stressful, and, for some people, completely debilitating. While sufferers can tend to manage tension-type headaches on their own, migraines are a different story.
When a migraine strikes, life can come to a sudden stop.
“The best way I can describe a migraine is feeling like you have brain freeze and the flu all at once,” said Alene Brennan, a 32-year-old certified health coach and yoga instructor in Mount Laurel, N.J. “It feels like a constant brain freeze and the flu in the sense that you don't even have the energy to pick your head up off the pillow.
“They are definitely more than just a headache that you get after a stressful meeting,” she added.
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