Having frequent migraine attack is not good. Frequent migraine attack may be a sign of serious health issue.
Migraine is one term that describes where our heads feel headache and dizziness, but the pain and dizziness is only felt on the side of the head only. Migraine usually occurs because of the influence of autonomic nervous system disorder, which causes the emergence of pain only on the half of the head only. Migraine itself, is a term derived from the Greek word hemikrania, which means the pain on the side of the head only.
Symptoms of migraine
Migraines themselves usually appear and cause symptoms of pain and pain and head feels throbbing only on one part of the head or unilateral. This can usually last for 7 to 72 hours. For the sufferer, migraine is one of the most painful and painful symptoms. This is because there may be additional symptoms when the migraine appears. Here are some of the symptoms that coincide with the emergence of migraines:
- throws up
- photophobia or sensitive to light
- photophobia or sensitive to sound stimuli
- the growing pain becomes when doing physical activity
Although it sounds trivial and also simple, but you should not underestimate the emergence of migraine symptoms. Migraine symptoms that often appear and occur will cause you to become unconscious and also feel that the natural symptoms even worse. This is one of the dangers of the emergence of migraines.
As severe migraine symptoms become unnoticed, there are several possible dangers that may arise and attack you.
What are the risk of having frequent migraine attacks?
Frequent migraine attack caused by Stroke
The first danger that can arise if you often have migraines can cause and also increase the likelihood of experiencing symptoms of stroke and stroke. Migraine is one of the symptoms of headaches which can also interfere with brain function and performance. If at any time you often experience migraines and are not aware that your disease is getting worse, it is not impossible that a stroke will attack you.
Therefore, to prevent the appearance of a stroke is always an early detection of migraines that you experience. Never be left alone and also underestimated, because the impact is very dangerous for the health of your own body.
Frequent migraine attack caused by Heart Disease
Heart disease The next danger that can arise when you experience frequent migraines and you do not realise it properly and also not treated properly is that it can cause heart disease. Yes, heart disease is one type of dangerous disease that can also trigger a stroke.
Heart disease can also increase the potential for very dangerous heart attacks. In addition, heart disease can also cause abnormal blood circulation and greatly affect your daily activities.
Frequent migraine attacked caused by Vertigo
The danger of frequent migraines that may arise is symptoms of vertigo. Vertigo is a situation or a symptom where you feel dizzy and also the environment around you is spinning in a mess. Vertigo is a symptom that suddenly appears suddenly, and can occur anywhere. The danger of vertigo will increase the risk of emergence, especially when experiencing frequent migraines and not medically treating.
Frequent migraine attacked caused by brain injury
Possible injury to the brain Possible dangers of other migraines that can arise are injury and bleeding in the brain. This condition is of course very dangerous, because injuries to the brain can cause various diseases to occur, one of which is a stroke and not optimal function of the brain. In addition, the worst level of injury to the brain will also cause the head to get dizzy and also painful. This is not impossible to cause bleeding in your brain.
Those are some of the dangers that can arise when you frequently migraines. Therefore, never underestimate your frequent migraine attack. When you have started to feel the symptoms of migraines, then treat them medically and take a break so that your headaches immediately subside.
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