Do you sometimes feel headaches that can last for hours or even days? It's migraine. There are many who suffer from it and cannot find a real cure for it. What is a migraine? What are its symptoms and how to diagnose it?
What is a migraine?
Migraine is a neurological disease. Another more painful and intense form of headache. It manifests itself by seizures that can last a few hours or a few days. The frequency of the seizure varies from person to person. It can happen several times a week in some people and a few times a year in others. Most of the time, the seizures are repeated one to four times a month. It is a disease that begins in childhood or adolescence and peaks between the ages of thirty and forty and then subsides. On the side of women, it is possible that migraine is punctuated by hormonal life.
Symptoms and diagnosis.
The symptoms of migraine are manifold. Migraine is often accompanied by nausea and vomiting. It is aggravated by physical exertion, noise and light. It manifests as intense, throbbing pain in one side of the head or above the eye. There are also visual disturbances (light streaks, temporary loss of vision) and strange sensations (tingling, difficulty speaking). After the migraine, you will feel tired and have difficulty concentrating.
So how do you treat this disease that leaves you partially disabled for a few hours? To begin and before any medical treatment, you should lie down in a dark and quiet room. Apply a cool, damp cloth to your forehead and temples. Self-massage your temples and scalp. Take plenty of water and also coffee. For medical treatment, the use of aspirin, Tylenol, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are very effective.