What is Migraine?
Migraine is a neurological illness that may have many symptoms. But from a common man’s perspective, migraine is a synonym for intense, devastating headaches.
Migraines are more common in women when compared to men and often may be a hereditary problem, with migraines being passed on from one generation to another.
Migraine can occur in any age group and not even children are spared. The age of onset could vary from childhood to even late adulthood. Very commonly, it has been observed that migraines make their first appearance during menopause or peri-menopause.
Women have a deep connection with migraine disorder, because it could be associated with their menstrual cycles, pregnancy, menopause or during periods of hormonal fluctuations.
Difference Between Migraine and Headache
Pain in the head is a common factor between migraines and headaches, but you need more details to know for sure whether you are suffering from migraine or headache.
Tension headaches are the commonly prevalent headaches and each one of us has probably suffered from at least one attack of tension headache in our lifetimes.
Check out the chart below to find the difference between migraine and headache.
What Causes Migraines?
Medical research has not yet been successful in pointing out a conclusive cause for migraines. Nevertheless, certain things or situations can activate a migraine headache. These factors are together known as ‘migraine triggers’.
Here is a list of common migraine triggers:
Extreme heat or any kind of extreme weather.
Excessive loss of fluids from body causing a dehydrated state.
Fluctuations in atmospheric pressure.
Conditions that bring about hormonal fluctuations in estrogen and progesterone in women, e.g. during menses, gestation, or menopause.
Too much of stress and strain, either mentally or physically
Blaring and loud sounds.
Crowds or stuffed places
Lack of proper ventilation.
Fasting or missing regular meals.
Intake of oral contraceptives or nitroglycerin.
Strong obnoxious smells, strong perfumes, intense chemical odors etc.
Tobacco smoking or exposure to passive tobacco smoke or other kinds of smoke.
Consumption of alcoholic drinks.
Tea, coffee or other carbonated beverages.
What are Different Types of Migraines?
The other common classification of migraines are basilar migraine, vestibular migraine, hemiplegic migraine, opthalmoplegic migraine, menstrual migraine, abdominal migraine etc.
Homeopathic Treatment of Migraines
Migraines can be treated homeopathically without any unwanted side effects. Homeopathic medicines for migraine can not only relieve the pain and associated symptoms like nausea, vomiting, blindness, vertigo etc that accompany the headache in the acute stage but also are capable of preventing further attacks.
The complete homeopathic treatment of migraine involves detailed case taking and analysis of each individual case. The entire focus of the process is to personalize the treatment of migraine for each individual patient and create a tailor-made homeopathic treatment of migraine.
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