Migraine disorder comes with its own set of clues to preventing pain
There is evidence that, between attacks, migraine-disordered brains function differently from normal ones. "That's why migraineurs will notice small things that will irritate them, like a clock ticking in the background," says Goadsby. "A migraineur gets irritated by things because [he or she] can't get rid of them easily. A person that's not migrainous will just ignore things. The difference is quite stunning."