Most people suffering from migraine disease see a link between it and an acute headache
Migraine is a common health condition, usually starting at an early age, causing bouts of severe headache with a feeling of a pulse in the head accompanied by nausea and vomiting, excessive sensitivity to light and sound with the inability to continue daily duties and activities, usually on one side, and can also cause Migraine attacks are great pain for hours or days.
Although its causes are unknown, it may be the result of abnormal activity that temporarily affects nerve, chemical and vascular signals in the brain.
- Severe headache on one side of the head with a pulse sensation and worsens when moving.
- Pulse around the eyes and in the head.
- Nausea or vomiting.
- Sensitivity to light and sound.
- Weakness in concentration.
- These symptoms usually last between four and three days.
Warning symptoms (temporary warning):
- Visual problems (e.g., seeing bright lights or blind spots).
- Numbness or tingling sensation in the hands.
- Feeling dizzy or unbalanced.
- difficulty in speaking.
- Loss of consciousness.
What are the triggers of migraine disease?
- Hormonal changes in women, especially when estrogen levels drop, as well as before and during the menstrual cycle.
- Pregnancy or menopause.
- Some medications (such as vasodilators) or hormonal medications (such as contraceptives).
- Some foods (such as: salty and processed) as well as some types of cheese and meat.
- Drinks that are highly caffeinated or have no caffeine for those who regularly drink them.
- Nerve stress and stress.
- Sensory stimuli (such as bright lights, sunlight, loud noises or strong smells).
- Sleep disturbances.
- Family history.
- Age often occurs during adolescence
While you are experiencing a migraine symptom, we recommend that you visit your neurologist at Ram Clinics.
There is no way to prevent infection, but some strategies may help reduce the number and severity of migraine attacks, which include:
- Be sure to eat regularly and not to skip mealtimes.
- Take enough rest regularly while avoiding staying up late.
- Exercise regularly.
Advice for people with migraine:
- Not taking too much pain reliever.
- Maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
- Reducing caffeine intake.
- Reducing stress and dealing with it.
- Take care to get enough rest.
- Exercise regularly.
- Stay away from headache stimuli.