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Migraines on Vacation: Preventing Migraines From Ruining Your Trip

Managing Migraines on Vacation

If a travel vacation is in your future and migraines are striking on a regular basis, you are probably wondering how to prevent your headaches from ruining all your fun. Perhaps you feel guilty about letting your family down and worried about missing out, which is not what a vacation is supposed to be about. If you are boarding a plane for your vacation, you’ll face multiple migraine triggers in addition to those you deal with...

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