"Migraineurs may be at a disadvantage when searching for details, especially in cluttered environments."Some researchers believe the nerve cells in the brains of migraineurs are especially excitable. When they become stimulated by exposure to certain triggers, a migraine attack develops. This research seems to provide a logical explanation for why computer screens, televisions, strobe lights and other flickering, dramatic visuals are migraine triggers for many people. This would also explain why it is so particularly soothing to retreat to a dark room when you are experiencing a migraine attack.
Tuning Out Visual Stimuli is Harder for Migraine Sufferers
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Content by Diana E. Lee.
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