Percy Harvin returned to practice Thursday after missing one day after suffering another migraine. Harvin recently disclosed that he was diagnosed with having sleep apnea, which doctors told him triggered his severe migraines.

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Harvin talked about this latest migraine in the locker room after practice Thursday.

"Feeling great," he said. "I wouldn’t call it a setback. I’m actually happy, not that I got it, but it had been five, going on six weeks since I had a headache period. I can’t think that I’m never going to get a headache again so if I can at least space it out where it’s five, six weeks, that’s all I can ask for at this point."

Harvin said he rebounded a little faster than normal this time. Harvin now sleeps with the help of a CPAP machine, which provides oxygen to a mask he wears at night.

"I went home, got a good night’s rest and I woke up energized and ready to work today," he said. "I’m happy with what happened."
 
Happy?
 
"I’m not happy over the migraine, but I can’t ask to never have a headache again," he said. "But if I can go periods where I don’t get them, I’m happy with it."
 
Harvin also is dealing with a strained hip and was limited in practice Thursday. He said his hip responded favorably.
 
"A lot of people said I looked normal," he said. "It feels good. It gets fatigued at times but with treatment and keep lifting and getting it back strong, it should make a full recovery."