Excuse me if I don't write this very coherently, but I'm in the middle of the migraine attack. Does anyone else notice their body heat rise before and during an attack?
Found a study that charted one migraine sufferer's rise in body temperature during an attack and another abstract that talks about the human brain's difficult in regulating temperature. It speculates that a migraine attack is an attempt to protect neurons from damage caused by heat. Interesting reading for you migraine nerds, like me, out there. Also, lets me know that when I feel my temperature rise, it's time to get the meds ready.
Editor's Note: Story was revised to exclude study content.
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