Migraines affect up to one in 10 children and adolescents, starting as early as age 10 and becoming more common in girls after puberty. They often manifest with throbbing pain, nausea, and light and noise sensitivity. Identifying triggers through a headache diary, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and consulting a doctor for treatment options, including prescription medications, can help manage migraines in children. Read more about what to do with the link below!

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