Migraine Characters

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Oliver Sacks

Author of the book and described as "one of the great clinical writers" of the 1900s, Oliver Sacks is a doctor who oversees many patients suffering from one or many symptoms of migraines. Sacks notes several important factors about migraines, including the fact that there are no set list of symptoms to identify a migraine and that even an individual who suffers from migraines may find the symptoms change from one to the next.

Sacks notes that he initially thought migraines were a particular kind of headache and that it took many clinical hours to discover that there is some "sense" to migraines. While the book includes some very basic information about migraines, Sacks also goes into medical detail about migraines. Sacks includes some details that will be of interest - and likely of use - to the laymen caring for a migraine sufferer or to the...

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