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can take time to work out the best treat­ment. You may need to try dif­fer­ent types or com­bi­na­tions of medicines be­fore you find the most ef­fec­tive one. If you’re strug­gling to man­age your mi­graines us­ing over-the-counter medicines, your GP may pre­scribe some­thing stronger.

Most peo­ple find sleep­ing or ly­ing in a dark­ened room is the best thing to do when hav­ing a mi­graine at­tack. Oth­ers find eat­ing some­thing helps, or that they start to feel bet­ter once they’ve been sick.

Many peo­ple who have mi­graines find over-the-counter painkillers, such as parac­eta­mol, aspirin and ibupro­fen, can help to re­duce their symp­toms. They

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