keepingitfr3sh t1_j9xc4pw wrote

Migraineurs ( I’m also a migraineur) muck more sensitive to many things, smells, light, stressors, hormones, lack of sleep, food, water etc. homeostasis is our best friend. It’s like a door for us that stays open but never closes and we get a migraine attack, which can be moments after or days later making it difficult to pinpoint the triggers.


keepingitfr3sh t1_j94ts6c wrote

No one could ever make a diagnosis unless they are a psychologist or psychiatrist. If her anxiety affects her daily life, then she should consider seeing a psychologist. Also just because someone has anxiety. It doesn’t mean that they have an anxiety disorder. We’re humans and it’s our natural fight or flight response. One common treatment that is effective is cognitive behavioural therapy, there are lots of books.