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Migraine Headache: Pain relief, Reason, Types and Symptoms

Migraine Headache: Pain relief, Reason, Types and Symptoms

Overview

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A migraine headache or simply called migraine is the state of extreme head pain that causes uncontrollable sensations that can even lead to sudden brain damage.

Migraine can lead to nausea diarrhoea and vomiting in the extreme which lasts for even months. People with migraine headaches cannot handle high-volume sounds in any place.
The exact cause of migraine headache is still a non but are depending upon various

everyday Lifestyle choices like smoking in excess and having a poor sleep cycle with a lot of work stress and an unhealthy diet can easily lead to sudden brain damage.

However, the proper combination of medicines and therapy can instantly help a person to reduce their symptoms.

Β The symptoms of migraine are very slowly experienced and many people stay on aware of the disease for years until and unless they come to the late stage of migraine headache. Following of some symptoms that may be experienced by the patients-

β€’ Excessive and frequent vomiting

β€’ Rigidness In neck and spine

β€’ Frequent urination

β€’ Constipation

β€’ Change in bowel movements

β€’ Yawning all the time

β€’ Dehydration from a very long time

β€’ Nausea and diarrhoea

β€’ Anxiety and depression

β€’ Frequent cravings

β€’ Fluid confinement

β€’ Mood swings

β€’ Hearing disabilities and other ear infections

β€’ Vision loss

β€’ Memory loss

β€’ Inability to speak and learn new things

β€’ Pain in other body parts

β€’ Weakness and restlessness all the time

β€’ Uncontrollable headache

If Persistent symptoms of migraine disorder are visible in a person like a chronic headache which does not improve for a very long time then one appointment is needed for least.

Especially if you are too frustrated and irritated about high noise which is not at all controllable by you then you must understand the symptom of the migraine disorder.

The exact cause of migraine headache is still unknown but scientists believe that certain hormonal imbalances trigger the disease.

It is believed that migraine may be the cause of the following-

β€’ Hormonal imbalances

β€’ Drinking a lot of beverages like alcohol wind or Caffeine-containing products

β€’ Excessive workload

β€’ Poor sleep cycle

β€’ Inactive lifestyle

β€’ Addicted to sex

β€’ Exposure to sensitive stimuli

β€’ Sudden change of weather

β€’ Taking non – prescribed medications for a long time

β€’ Genetics or hereditary

β€’ Being women

β€’ Entering in your 30s

β€’ Death

β€’ Respiratory disorders

β€’ Strokes

β€’ Sudden organ damage

β€’ Internal bleeding

β€’ Panic attacks

β€’ Sleep in a dark and calm room for quality sleep

β€’ Practice yoga and meditation

β€’ Learn to manage your stress

β€’ Reduce intake of caffeine

β€’ Avoid alcoholism and cold drinks

β€’ Never skip your breakfast

β€’ Have a healthy and proper diet plan

β€’ Avoid food that triggers migraine-like chocolate and cheese

β€’ Don’t skip exercising

β€’ Live a very peaceful and relaxed life especially if you have entered your 30s

Fact – this is a partial myth. Migraine have headache as the first symptom but it carries many other disorders like weakness vomiting depression and inability to live a healthy life.

Fact – every headache is not always migraine it can be symptom of some other disease also.

Fact – migraine left untreated can really cause various hazardous complications in your life and even cause sudden death of a person.

There is no sure cure for migraine and the disease can only be reduced and symptoms can only be managed. Doctors prescribe the following to treat your migraine-

β€’ OTC painkillers which include Aspirin and Ibuprofen to reduce the pain in the head

β€’ Trip tans to reduce the risk of panic attacks

β€’ Ubrogepant drugs

β€’ CGRP medications

β€’ Opioid medications

β€’ Anti-nausea drugs

β€’ Antidepressants

β€’ Anti-seizures drugs

β€’ Medication to lower blood pressure

β€’ Injections of botox

β€’ Antibiotic monoclonal drugs