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Including the day, time and duration
(HealthDay News) -- Tracking your migraines can better prepare you to prevent or treat these often-debilitating headaches.
The Womenshealth.gov website suggests what to log in a headache diary:
  • The date, time and duration of your migraine.
  • What you were doing and where you were when the migraine began.
  • Anything you drank or ate within 24 hours of the migraine.
  • If you are a woman, the duration of your menstrual period.