How do you cure migraines?
Dr Zoe said: “There’s no cure but there are loads of treatments. The first thing is to think about things people can do themselves.
“One of the most important things people can do is to keep a headache diary.
“Prevention is better than cure. If you can work out what your triggers are, then you’re part of the way to preventing getting the migraines.
“Common triggers would be anything that disrupts your usual routine.”
Dr Zoe listed a number of common triggers, including lack of sleep, too much sleep, missing meals, stress, dehydration, heat, and flashing lights.
She added: “We have loads of treatments. There are things you can buy over the counter such as paracetamol, ibuprofen, and aspirin, and then lots of prescription drugs as well.