What’s Your Secret: Hair Tricks of the Trade?

Many migraineurs struggle with scalp and hair follicle sensitivity, otherwise known as allodynia. The condition can hurt tremendously and make it painful to simply shift your hair from one side to another. For many of us, our hair alone can feel like a migraine trigger. In this What’s Your Secret video, Holly discusses various tricks of the trade when it comes to managing hair-related pain.

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