Mark Green Contributor

Dr. Green is a neurologist at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. He is the director of the Center for Headache and Pain Medicine and professor of Neurology, Anesthesiology, and Rehabilitation at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

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Treatment Options for Migraines + Lifestyle Remedies That May Help

“It’s an exciting time we’re in now, where new drugs and treatments are in development.”

10 Common Migraine Triggers (and How to Deal with Them)

A migraine is a “perfect storm” of combined triggers.

Exactly What to Do During a Migraine Attack, According to a Neurologist

The earlier you take action, the better.

How to Help a Loved One Through a Migraine: Tips for Caregivers

#1: Believe them when they say they’re having a migraine.

Migraine vs. Tension vs. Cluster: How to Tell Common Headaches Apart

An ache that starts like *this* might be a migraine.

Watch Out for These Early Migraine Warning Signs

Catching—and treating—a migraine early could mean faster relief.

This Is What a Migraine Actually Is, According to a Neurologist

“What occurs during a migraine is controversial and a bit complicated.”

Stigmatizing Migraine Myths You Can Safely Ignore

For starters, a migraine is so much more than a bad headache.