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When Big Emotions Are Triggers

For many of us who live with migraine, crying is a trigger. So is being overly excited or anxious. Even experiencing extreme joy can trigger a migraine for some.

Expressing big feelings without a migraine

How do we let those big emotions out without triggering an attack? In this video, Holly shares some tips on how to let our big feelings out in a way that might spare us from a migraine attack.

 

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