What is Migraine?
A migraine is generally an unadorned headache felt as a throbbing pain at the front or side of the head. Some peoples also have other indications, such as nausea, vomiting and increased sensitivity to light or sound.
Migraine is a common health disorder, affecting about one in every five women and about one in every fifteen men. They generally begin in early adulthood.
There are numerous types of migraine, including:
• migraine with aura – where there are warning indications before the migraine begins, such as seeing flashing lights
• migraine without aura – where the migraine happens without warning indications
• migraine aura without headache, also identified as silent migraine – where an aura or other migraine indications are experienced, but a headache does not grow
Some people have migraines normally, up to several times a week. Other persons only have a migraine infrequently. It is probable for years to pass between migraine attacks.
Doctors used to trust migraines were related to the opening and narrowing of blood vessels in the head. Now they believe that the cause is related to genes which control the action of some brain cells. Medicines can help prevent migraine attacks or help relieve indications of attacks when they happen. For many people, treatments to relieve stress can also help.
Causes of Migraine
• Allergies and allergic responses
• Prone to alcohol
• Bright lights, flickering lights, strong smells, smoky rooms, loud noises, temperature changes, and certain odors or perfumes
• Physical or depression, emotional stress, tension, nervousness, and eagerness
• Physical triggers such as tiredness, jet lag, and exercise
• Changes in sleep shapes or irregular type of sleep
• Smoking or revelation to smoke
• Avoiding meals or fasting causing of low blood sugar
• Hormonal activates like fluctuations, menstrual cycle, birth control pills, and menopause etc.
• Tension type of headaches
• Foods that contains containing tyramine (such as smoked fish, figs, red wine, aged cheese, chicken livers, and some beans), or nitrates (like bacon, hot dogs etc.)
• Other foods such as peanut butter, chocolate, nuts, banana, onions, dairy products, citrus, and agitated or preserved foods
• Medication like sleeping tablets, contraceptive pill, and hormone replacement therapy
Symptoms of Migraine
Symptoms of migraine could arise a while before the headache, directly before the headache, throughout the headache and after the headache. Though, not all migraines are the same, typical symptoms comprise:
• Modest to unadorned pain, generally confined to one side of the head throughout an attack, but can arise on either side of the head
• The pain is generally an unadorned, throbbing, and pulsing pain
• Increasing pain throughout physical activity
• Failure to achieve regular activities due to pain
• Feeling sick and bodily being sick
• Increased compassion to light and sound, relieved by lying silently in a dark room
• Some people experience the other types of signs such as sweating, changes in the temperature of the body, tummy ache and even diarrhea.
Treatments of Migraine
There is no cure for migraines, but from many researches and clinical trial Amaria pharmacy had brought out treatments to reduce the symptoms related to migraine:
Capsules Stressel – this includes various types of ingredients which are very useful of different types of migraines. It is also helpful in tension, depression, anxiety, stress & strain and also helps to recover from anger, hate and suicidal feelings.