--- EANPA - WORDS THAT DESCRIBE PAIN --- What do you say when you wish to explain how you feel? Pain can be described with various degrees from 1 to 10 (ten being the highest level) and different adjectives, but pain can be felt only by the person suffering from it. Therefore it is essential to use the best words to communicate and explain how you feel. This table offers terms most often used to describe pain.
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Hemiplegic migraine attacks are a highly uncommon sub-type of migraines with aura. Though few people ever experience one of these migraine episodes, those who do typically suffer from a severely debilitating migraine symptom that can last for several days. For hemiplegic migraineurs, it is the aura phase that is so incapacitating.