The study which involved taking brain scans of the participants involved 25 people aged 25-60 years. All participants were healthy and did not suffer from mental health problems or cognitive impairment.
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According to a group of new MRI images, it was revealed that people who suffer from the painful condition have enlarged fluid-filled spaces around blood vessels in the central part of the brain. Experts believe that this could mean that the people in these images might have trouble flushing out waste from the nervous system and brain.
What are the key
A typical migraine can be accompanied by the following symptoms:
- Sensitivity to light and sound
- Vision changes
- Blurred vision
- Throbbing pain
- Pulsating pain
- Pain in the eyes, neck, and face
- Nasal congestion
- Seeing flashes of light
The study which involved taking brain scans of the participants involved 25 people aged 25-60 years. All participants were healthy and did not suffer from mental health problems or cognitive impairment. Some of the participants had frequent episodes of migraine while others had it occasionally – many did not have any symptoms at all. Results showed that people who suffered from migraines had a significantly larger perivascular space than those who never suffered from the condition.
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