Migraine is a common type of headache and most of the people’s pain with and commonly sign with symptoms of nausea, vomiting, or sensitivity to light.

According to experts, nearly 12% of the world population pain with migraine symptoms. Migraines can begin in childhood and most are not shown when they come becomes in teen ages. women are the most affected and get pain in the migrine. Family history is one of the most common risk factors for having migraines and usually first appear between the age of 10-45 . Most people who experience migraines can’t identify triggers or factors that cause headaches, stress.



What is Migraines Symptoms?

1) Prodrome ( pre-headache stage )

One or two days before a migraine, you might notice symptoms during this stage and can include:

  • Food cravings
  • Mood changes, from depression to euphoria
  • Increased thirst and urination
  • fatigue or low energy
  • Neck stiffness
  • Constipation
  • Frequent yawning

2) Migraines with Aura

The aura stage begins after the prodrome stage and during an aura, you may have problems with your vision, sensation, movement, and speech.

aura symptom usually begins gradually, builds up over several minutes with a maximum of 60 minutes and it becomes the warning sign of a migraine.

Examples of these problems include:

  • A Temporary blind spot
  • Blurred vision with eye pain
  • Tunnel vision
  • Seeing stars or Zig zag lines.

3) Attack (headache stage)

If untreated migraine usually migraine pain stay nearly four to 72 hours. During a migraine attacking stage, you might have:

  • Usually a pulsating pain on 1 side of the head,
  • nausea and vomiting
  • sensitivity sometimes smell and touch
  • extreme sensitivity to bright light and loud sound

4) Post-drome ( resolution stage )

Post-drome means the headache and other symptoms gradually fade away. although you might feel drained, confused and washed out for up to a day.

For some of few peoples get report feeling small head pained

What Can Trigger a Migraine Headache?

Emotional triggers

Emotional triggers may directly affect to the migraine. your emotional is build in your brain and releases chemicals that can cause the blood vessel changes that can lead to a migraine

  • anxiety
  • tension
  • depression
  • excitement
  • shock
  • Foods and Food additives

Some foods may trigger your migraines and it responsible for up to 30% of migraines.so below food may trigger your migraines. Any processed, Fermented, pickled, or marinated foods as well as food that contain monosodium glutamate (MSG).

  • Baked goods , chocolate, nuts, peanut butter, and dairy product.
  • Food containing tyramine, which includes red wine, aged cheese, smoked fished, Chicken livers, figs, and certain beans.
  • Fruits (Avacado, Banana, Citrus)
  • Meats containing nitrates and it highly trigger the migraine headaches.
  • Onions
  • Migraine Pain Safe Foods
  • Rice, especially brown rice
  • Dried fruits
  • Natural flavors like vanilla syrup

Hormonal changes

Women may experience migraine symptoms during menstruation because of their period cycle changing hormone levels (Mainly estrogen and other hormones).  However, some women can worsen the situation during their period of situation.

Changes in Sleep Patterns

Migraine and sleep disorders are complex conditions and scientists know the enormous impact of this. but they aren’t clear on how or why it occurs. New research explains that the peoples who sleep less than 6 hours of their sleeping patterns become complex.

Triggers in Some Medications

Some medications are used for painkillers, Birth control and Heart drugs trigger the Migraine as a Side effect.

  • Sleeping pills
  • Acetaminophen
  • Codeine and prescription pain relievers
  • Naproxen
  • Ibuprofen
  • Aspirin
  • Medicines that contain caffeine

How Are Migraine Headaches Treated?

Up to now, no cure for migraine headaches and drugs is used to treat to avoid triggers. However, medications and other treatments can help reduce the number of migraines symptoms you have.

Migraine medications are in two categories:

Preventive treatments – by changing your daily lifestyle routines.

Medical treatments – used to avoid triggering symptoms

Preventive treatments

Get into a sleep routine: Try to go to sleep at the same time at night, and wake up at the same time every morning. It helps you to keep your biological clock regularly.

Use relaxation methods: Practice yoga or meditation for relaxation to relieve the stress that can cause headaches.

Exercise daily – walking or bike riding daily – can reduce both the frequency and high pain of migraines.

Don’t skip meals– Get your Break first ,lunch ,Dinner on time , because hunger is the high trigger of migraine.

Medical treatments

Kindly Remind that don’t use medical pills without the permission of a doctor.he will recommend pills to you. However you can go for a full Body checkup like Basic health Checkup , Executive health checkup or Advance health checkup  to identify the problem related to your Migraine Headaches.