THE UNTOLD STORY OF MIGRAINE

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE TO FACE THIS

One out of 10 people in the world suffers from a migraine.

A migraine is like several blades and knives inserted inside your head with you an unbearable pain.

Migraine Kills
Migraine Kills
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migraine

Women are more prone to migraines than men.

The physicians underestimate the pain of female patients.

Unlike a normal headache, migraine can be extremely painful that it can blur your vision and can cause you to vomit.

As bad it can be
As bad it can be

People who experience migraines are more likely to get anxiety, depression and suicidal tendencies.

 WHY WE WON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT MIGRAINES

The researchers do not pay much importance to migraine research.

They are still unable to find the root cause of a migraine.

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a migraine

Some specialists dismiss it as the real neurology.

It is one of the global most underfunded neurological illnesses.

SYMPTOMS

For some patients, it starts with a toothache while others may experience a blind spot.

Constipation

Mood Swings

Neck Stiffness

Increase in Thirst and Urination

Frequent Yawning

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yawning

ATTACK

It usually lasts from four to 72 hours if left untreated.

The headache frequency varies from person to person.

The attacks are rare but can strike several times in a month.

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migraine headaches

Here are some signs of an attack-

Severe pain on one side of the head.

Sensitivity to light, sound, smells and touch.

Nausea

Vomiting

 POST-DROME

This is the stage which occurs after the attack of a migraine.

Migraine victim tends to feel drained at this point.

For nearly 24 hours, you may experience-

Moodiness

Dizziness

Confusion

Sensitive to sound & light

Weakness

CONCLUSION

When someone suffers from a migraine, it can also lead to a poor mental health.

The anxiety levels also run high with the doubt that if it will interfere with one’s responsibilities in personal and professional life.

Depression is exacerbated as the migraine patients feel helplessness during the attack.

If you experience a severe migraine attack, then immediately see a doctor or go to the emergency room.

Maintain a record of the attacks and how you treated them; this will help you to know better about your frequent attacks.

Don’t give up but fight it with the right treatments and care.

 

 

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The Untold Story Of Migraine
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Don’t give up but fight it with the right treatments and care.
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