People who experience vision of heart disease compared to people who do not get the debilitating headaches, a study said on Tuesday.
The “aura” that immediately precedes a migraine affects sufferers differently, with some combination of dizziness, flashes or spots of light, and temporary loss of vision.
Among the 28 million Americans, mostly women, who suffer migraines, fewer than one-third experience the aura beforehand that was linked in the study to the increased risk of heart attack or stroke.
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