Headaches and migraines are common neurological conditions. While they both involve pain in the head, they differ in their causes, symptoms, and treatment approaches. Migraine headaches often come with warning signs and are triggered by factors like, hormonal fluctuations, specific dietary foods, stress, or physical activity. Migraines typically involve intense throbbing pain localized to one area of the head, with the severity varying. Additionally, nausea and heightened sensitivity to light and sound are frequently experienced symptoms. Managing migraine headaches can involve preventive and pain-relieving medications.