Migraine and Nausea
Angela Finlay
Angela Finlay
January 14, 2019
Unfortunately, migraine and nausea often go hand in hand — but you don’t need to simply suffer through the nausea and vomiting that can come with an attack.

Latest Awareness Content

Hemiplegic Migraine

What Is a Hemiplegic Migraine?

A person with a hemiplegic migraine may experience a temporary weakness on one side of their body as part of their migraine attack.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on September 29, 2017
TMJ and Migraines

TMJ Could be Connected to Triggering Migraines

It is estimated that about 35 percent of people in the U.S. suffer from both TMJ and migraines. Find out more about how they are connected.
by Barbara Leech and Krystina Ostermeyer on September 21, 2017
Allergies and Migraines

The Relationship Between Allergies and Migraines

Understanding the link between allergies and migraines, as well as the warning signs can help you avoid or better manage your headaches.
by Jaime Sanders on August 23, 2017
Video Alice's Migraine Diagnosis Story

Alice’s Migraine Diagnosis Story

Alice has suffered from chronic migraines since the age of 10 or 11. Read Alice's story about how she's still learning to deal her symptoms.
by Alice Thorpe on July 28, 2017
Are Migraines Genetic?

What Causes Migraines? According to Research, It’s All in the Genetics

Are migraines genetic? – Migraine sufferers believe the condition runs in families, and research says that migraines may be from specific genetic mutations.
by Jaime Sanders on July 27, 2017
Confusional Migraine

Confused About Confusional Migraine?

The hallmark symptom of a confusional migraine is, of course, confusion — hence the name. However, there are other symptoms to be aware of.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on March 29, 2017
Types of Migraines

What Are the Different Types of Migraine?

Migraine affects 38 million people in the U.S. and 1 billion people worldwide. Learn about the different types of migraines so you can get proper treatment.
by Jaime Sanders on February 1, 2017
Migraine vs Headache

Know the Difference Between Migraine and Headache Symptoms

It is a common misconception that a bad headache is a migraine. Sarah looks at migraine vs headache — how the two differ and how they're similar.
by Sarah Rathsack on January 18, 2017
Video Common Migraine Triggers

Common Migraine Triggers

Some of the most common migraine triggers are food, water, sleep, stress, and concentration. Learn more about how to avoid these common triggers.
by Alice Thorpe on January 11, 2017
Migraine Fatigue

The Link Between Migraines and Fatigue

Migraines and fatigue go often hand in hand - many migraine suffers experience lack of energy before, during and after the headaches.
by Jaime Sanders on November 28, 2016