Migraine headaches are a headache of varying intensity, often accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine headaches are sometimes preceded by warning symptoms. Triggers include hormonal changes, certain foods and drinks, stress, and exercise. Migraine headaches can cause throbbing in one particular area that can vary in intensity. Nausea and sensitivity to light and sound are also common symptoms. Preventive and pain-relieving medications can help manage migraine headaches.CONTACT US TODAY
Migraine headaches can cause throbbing in one particular area that can vary in intensity. Nausea and sensitivity to light and sound are also common symptoms. Some people experience other symptoms such as: pain in the face, or neck; headache can be acute and/or frequent; patient may experience distorted vision and/or seeing flashes of red; the whole body may experience dizziness or lightheadedness; they can also cause irritability, nasal congestion, or scalp tenderness.
While researchers haven’t been able to pinpoint a cause, they know that several things raise your chances of having migraines, including:
13. Too much medication. If you have migraines and take medications for them more than 10 days in a month, you may be setting yourself up for what’s called a rebound headache. Your doctor will probably call it a medication overuse headache.
Treatment consists of pain medications and some therapies. Preventive and pain-relieving medications can help manage migraine headaches. Patients are instructed to:
Medications include: Anti-psychotic, Analgesic, Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, Stimulant, Nerve pain medication, Triptan, Neurotoxin, and Dietary supplements. Therapies include: Progressive muscle relaxation, Acupuncture, and Botox injections.