Migraine is a Whole-Body Disease

The Headache and Migraine Policy Forum compiled this infographic on how migraine affects various parts and systems of the body.

“Migraine can affect virtually every part of the body.

-Depression, anxiety, memory lapses & difficulty concentrating


-Sinus pain & pressure

-Heat flashes & chills

-Frequent urination

-Dizziness, temporary paralysis, numbness & tingling

-Hallucinations & visual disturbances


-Jaw pain & yawning

-G.I. complications

-Sensitivity to smell, touch, motion & light

-Joint pain & stiffness

Migraine disease affects every person, and every body, differently.”

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