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Migraine Headaches

by K. Brown / Feb 10, 2018 / category : headache / 215 views
Migraine Headaches

Migraine Headaches

Migraines are clearly the most common type of severe chronic headache.  Statistics suggest that that more than 6 million Americans suffer from  migraine headaches.

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How can you tell if you’re suffering from migraines? Migraine headaches are  marked by pain that can be almost unbearable – to the point where all you  want to do is lie down and wait for them to go away.

In addition to this pain, there are other symptoms that typify migraines.
 * Nausea and vomiting
 *  Sensitivity to light and sound
 * Cold-like symptoms
 *  Inability to function normally or below normal at work and at home  when suffering the headache
 *  Head pain that has a pulsating or throbbing quality
 *  Moderate to severe pain --possibly on only one side of your head,  although it can occur on both sides
 *  Pain so intense it interferes with your regular daily activities
 *  Pain that becomes worse if you engage in physical activity
 *  Feeling of being nauseated with or without vomiting
 *  A heightened sensitivity to light and sound.

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If you do not treat a migraine headache, it will typically last from 4 to 72  hours. But, how often the migraine occurs will vary from person to person.  You might experience a migraine headache as often as several times a month  or just several times a year.

Some migraines are accompanied by auras and some are not. If you do  experience an aura, it will most likely occur about 15 to 30 minutes before  your headache begins. In some cases, the aura may continue after your  headache starts or can even continue after it ends.

These auras may include:
 *  Blind spots in your vision that slowly spread
 *  Dazzling zigzag lines in your field of vision
 *  Sparkling light flashes
 *  A sensation of tingling or a pins-and-needles sensation on one arm or  leg
 *  In rare cases, weakness or language and speech problems.

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You may also have one or more sensations which indicate an imminent  migraine headache. These sensations are called Prodromes and may occur  several hours to a day or so before your headache actually begins.

 The sensations can include:

 Irritability or depression
 Cravings for sweets
 Feelings of elation or intensive energy

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