What is Migraine?
Migraine is a neurological condition which can be characterized by repetitive occurrence of intensely severe and throbbing headaches. It sometimes comes with sensitivity towards light and sound, nausea, vomiting, sensory warning signs, numbness and difficulty in speaking. According to the experience of sixty percent people, pain of migraine may corner itself on one side which can move from one to another side on every consequent attack. The pain can be severe enough to make one disable completely during the attack. Women are on higher risk to get migraine in comparison to men.
Although the exact cause of migraine is not identified, genetic neurological disorder and various triggers are suspected to cause migraine attack by bringing abnormal temporary affect on nerve signals, chemicals and blood vessels in the brain. Such triggers can be of bright lights, acute sound, strong smells, changes in the weather, allergies, certain food products, irregularity in sleeping habits, menstruation, stress, depression, drinking excessive alcohol and smoking, heavy exercise, certain medications etc. Depending upon the individual triggers may keep on changing as a trigger for one person may or may not be a trigger for another. Migraine attack can also take place without exposure to any trigger in certain cases.
Symptoms of migraine can start anytime. Sometimes it can happen just before, immediately after, during or after the headache takes place. Some, usual symptoms are as follows:
Sweating, temperature changes, stomach ache and diarrhoea are some other symptoms which can be experienced.
Migraine is categorised into two primary types. Migraine with aura and migraine without aura.
It is based on individual experience of triggers and disturbances in the senses causing migraine attack. Also known as classic migraine, in migraine with aura the pain can be lead by some warning signs such as:
Also known as common migraine, migraine without aura attacks individual without any warning signs or sensory disturbance. About seventy to ninety percent people experience migraine which attacks without any aura.
Other types of Migraine
Following are other different migraines which occur less frequently and are related to some specific triggers:
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The active key ingredients in the medicine such as Ashwagandha, Brahmi Godanti Bhasm, Kamdudha Ras, Shirashuladi Vajra Ras, Praval Pishti, Shankh Bhasm, Mukta Shukti Bhasm etc fights against symptoms and triggers of migraine attack. These vital herbs help to cure various disorders related to brain and visualization such as throbbing and debilitating pain, numbness, temporary loss of visuals etc. It improves sensitivity towards triggers and relaxes mind from exhaustion, anxiety, depression and chronic stress. Having all natural ingredients this medicine is very safe and effective to get rid of migraine attacks naturally without any serious repercussions on your health.
First of all it is suggested to practice preventive methods in order to treat migraine completely. Slight changes in lifestyle, diet modification, yoga, meditation, exercising regularly and managing stress can help a lot.
If you get to know migraine is going to attack you should immediately get your ayurvedic medicines (as prescribed) which shall abort its occurrence. If in case you get a migraine attack it is advised to stay in a quiet and dark room, massage your scalp or forehead and place a cold cloth over your forehead or behind neck and try to sleep. One should get into a safe place, should not drive or practice any dangerous act.