It is hard to imagine a better example of the folly of the modern medical system than migraine, which is so debilitating that millions of Americans get it each year.
But what is it?
The answer, if you ask most experts, is not much more than the usual assortment of symptoms, such as headaches and nausea, and some of the same ones we all have.
It is called pleurisis.
This term is a bit of a misnomer.
It actually refers to the swelling and bleeding of the brain that comes from the narrowing of the blood vessels that supply the brain with blood.
It can happen in any age, and in the most severe cases, it can be life-threatening.
The problem is that many people with migrainas get it, but most of the time it doesn’t become severe enough to affect them.
What causes it?
What causes pleurysis?
This is a complex question, but in general, it involves two components.
First, there is a change in the amount of blood in the brain.
This is caused by a narrowing of blood vessels, and it can happen during the first few days after you have a stroke.
But that blood flow is usually enough to stop the flow of blood to the brain, so there is nothing to stop it from flowing back in.
This blood flow, however, is blocked in the case of migraine.
And second, there are a number of factors that can lead to a stroke, including the size of the vessel that carries blood to it, how long it has been in place, and the type of blood flow.
The size of a blood vessel is important because, when it narrows, the blood flow to the vessel increases, and if the vessel is too large, it also causes the flow to slow down.
This slowing of the flow is called the “stroke threshold.”
When the stroke threshold is high, the brainstem can get too close to the clotting factor, and then the flow in and out of the clot will stop, causing a stroke of unknown cause.
The most common causes of pleurias are: the blood vessel narrowing is too severe, or the blood is too small to stop, or it has stopped for a long time.
Many strokes are caused by changes in these factors.
The narrowing of a brain stem may result from an infection.
Sometimes a tumor may be the cause.
Sometimes there is an irregularity in the blood supply to the stroke pathway.
Sometimes the clot may have grown to the point where it becomes blocked, and this can lead the brain to bleed.
This causes a stroke that occurs because of an abnormality in the clot.
Some people have a disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which causes a buildup of abnormal proteins in the tissue that normally would be responsible for stopping blood flow in the artery, such that blood is trapped in the vessel.
In some cases, the clot is so thick that it blocks the blood from reaching the brain stem.
This means that it is hard for the blood to flow, which results in a stroke due to clotting of abnormal material.
This leads to a clot that causes a burst of blood that causes the stroke.
This type of stroke is more common than the more common stroke caused by abnormal blood flow that leads to stroke.
People who have strokes that are caused either by a clot in the arteries or abnormal blood in their blood vessels have a risk of developing stroke.
Most people have no symptoms.
It’s not possible to tell if you have one until you have symptoms.
If you have some symptoms, your chances of getting a stroke are low.
The best way to prevent stroke is to prevent getting stroke.
There are two things you can do to help prevent stroke: stay alert, and wear a neck brace.
The neck brace is a device that attaches to your neck to keep your brain from moving while you are awake.
The more you wear the brace, the less chance you have of having a stroke while awake.
For this reason, the American Medical Association recommends that people wear a band or neck brace when awake.
But if you do have a headache, you should avoid wearing a neck strap, and avoid wearing the neck brace if you’re having a seizure.
The other thing you can try is to have a checkup every few months, especially if you think you may have a clot.
This will give you the most accurate estimate of how much clotting you have and how much time you have before you need to have surgery.
You also may need to wear a brace when exercising, to prevent the clot from growing.
The American Heart Association recommends wearing a harness or a belt to help keep the blood pressure in check while exercising.
Another option is to take a blood pressure test to check your blood pressure and pulse.
The test should show a normal blood pressure or a normal pulse, and you should take a medicine called diuretics.
These medicines reduce the amount that your body excretes in