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What is Migraine?
Migraine or migraine is a severe headache that usually feels just next to the head, often accompanied by nausea and vomiting, and is associated with pain when you see light or hear a noise (photophobia and phonophobia).
Migraine with aura (classic) – the headache is preceded by an early phase called the aura, where symptoms can occur such as seeing flashes of light, temporary loss of vision, speech or numbness problems in the face or arms.
Migraine without aura (common) -that is a headache without aura preceded.
What are the symptoms of migraine?
Both types of migraine are often preceded by mood swings (mood) and hunger or food cravings. Migraine invades for 4 to 74 hours and is usually felt on one side of the head. During this period the sufferer may need to lie in a quiet, dark room because a pulsating headache is often compounded by movement, noise and light.
What Causes Migraine?
The cause of migraine is not clear, but changes in blood vessel size and levels of neurotransmitter materials (chemical messengers) in the brain are thought to be responsible for migraine. In particular, the decrease in serotonin brain chemicals is believed to be responsible for the dilation of blood vessels that cause headaches to throb. Many factors can trigger migraine, such as fatigue, stress, dehydration, hormonal changes, no eating or late meals, and certain foods and drinks such as cheese, chocolate, coffee, tea and alcohol. Migraines seem to decline in families, and me Migraine seems to be decreasing in the family, and although migraine is not directly inherited by parents, there may be a genetic link.
Can Migraine Be Prevented?
According to our Singapore Migraine Specialist, the tendency to suffer from migraine persists in someone who has suffered from migraine. Migraine can not be cured but migraine can be controlled, with limited the number of attacks.
Singapore Migraine treatment include go Hot and Cold. If you have a migraine, place a cold pack on your forehead. Ice cubes wrapped in a towel, a bag of frozen peas, or even a cold shower may lessen the pain. Keep the compress on your head for 15 minutes, then take a break for 15 minutes. If your migraine is not getting better with home remedy, please see doctors for proper check.
With our Singapore Migraine Specialist, migraine treatment usually involves pharmacological treatment with medications as well as lifestyle modifications. If you suffer from recurring migraine, you should keep a migraine diary to help ascertain the migraine pattern, identify any triggering factors as well as monitor your condition and response to treatment. For an appointment with our Singapore Migraine doctor, may call us at 64762106 (24Hr hotline).