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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. There are a number of problems that are created by the myriad of _________ that a migraine might cause, according to Sacks.
(a) Symptoms.
(b) After effects.
(c) Outcomes.
(d) Tests.

2. Sacks does not believe there is a connection with _________ being a part of the chemical reaction that takes place during a headache.
(a) Pollution.
(b) Movements.
(c) Histamines.
(d) Digestion.

3. Sacks proposes that a person who seems to be _______ may also be trying to be self destructive to their body and minds.
(a) Avoidant.
(b) In pain a lot.
(c) Accident prone.
(d) Terrified.

4. Throughout time, there have been theories about the contractions of _________ and how this might relate to migraines.
(a) Arms.
(b) Legs.
(c) Muscles.
(d) Arteries.

5. It might be necessary to adjust one's ________ in order to reduce the effects of flickering lights in one's environment.
(a) Glasses.
(b) Light bulbs.
(c) Television.
(d) Headrest.

6. Sacks points out that many doctors and patients are still looking for the _____________ to help with migraine pain management.
(a) Wonder drug.
(b) Right book.
(c) Wonder regimen.
(d) Best environment.

7. The _________ of a person who is suffering from a migraine becomes an important part of the study of migraines, according to Sacks.
(a) Lifestyle.
(b) Family.
(c) Mannerisms.
(d) Behavior.

8. Sacks wants to point out that there are few _________ that have any value in helping with a migraine case.
(a) Movements.
(b) Activities.
(c) Studies.
(d) Generalizations.

9. The advice that Sacks gives patients, as referenced in #125, has been around since the time of __________, according to the author.
(a) Plato.
(b) Tyrranus.
(c) Caesar.
(d) Hippocrates.

10. One of the medical deterrents to treating a migraine addresses the ________ of the malady.
(a) Descriptions.
(b) Likelihood.
(c) Mechanisms.
(d) Genetics.

11. Sacks uses the analogy of ________ to try to explain what he means by the way that migraines are never typical.
(a) Eating.
(b) Walking.
(c) Hiding.
(d) Swimming.

12. But _________ does not believe that using medication should be the only treatment or a long term answer to migraines.
(a) Gilbert.
(b) Siegel.
(c) Sacks.
(d) Reymond.

13. The fact that visual ___________ are so common makes their presence fascinating to researchers.
(a) Symptoms.
(b) Hallucinations.
(c) Pains.
(d) Sounds.

14. The first measure of management that is brought up for migraines is the use of _____________.
(a) Medication.
(b) Sleep.
(c) Exercise.
(d) Vomiting.

15. What is identified as crude images among the possible visualizations that a patient can see during their migraine attack?
(a) Expanding spectrum.
(b) Twitching.
(c) Stars.
(d) Geometric shapes.

Short Answer Questions

1. The medical _________ in this section of the book might be overwhelming to some readers.

2. In some cases, all three of the possible hallucinations can be seen during a single migraine ________, according to the author.

3. An important part of migraine treatment, according to Sacks, is to give the body the _______ it needs in order to make it through the event.

4. Sometimes, ______ management strategies are necessary in order to prevent and to manage migraines, according to Sacks.

5. Sacks wants to point out that many doctors and researchers __________ too much from the data they receive in order to find these answers.

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