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Mixed tension migraines are also known as mixed migraines or mixed headaches. They combine characteristics of tension headaches and migraines and are often presented as a third class of migraines (the first two being common and classic migraines).

A person may be thought to have mixed headaches when, in addition to experiencing muscle tension headaches, they begin to experience migraine symptoms as well, such as light sensitivity triggering an attack.

A person may also be thought to have this condition when they already experience migraines and then begin to experience chronic daily muscle tension headaches in addition to migraines.

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