Serena Williams reveals how she deals with migraines: “They can stop your life”

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Serena Williams reveals how she deals with migraines: “They can stop your life”

Serena Williams, a tennis legend still playing and a successful businesswoman, explained in an interview with neurologist Dr. Jennifer McVige how she dealt with migraines when they started appearing, how she worked “through the pain”, and revealed her way of treating her migraine attacks.

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Serena Williams: “I'm choosing to share my story today because I know how debilitating a migraine can be.

And I know how migraine attacks can really just stop you and just stop your life. When you have such a good experience with something you generally want to tell people…” Watch Serena Williams’ full interview with McVige here.