Migraine: Symptoms, Home remedies & Treatment

2Body Chills

Some people experience body chills in the hours and days before a migraine attack. Chills, shivering, or sweating may occur as a result of changes in the brain and blood vessels during a migraine attack. Muscle movement and body temperature are also controlled by the brain areas linked to migraines. As a result, shivering and changes in body temperature are caused by changes in the brain during migraine attacks.