5 Signs You Affected Migraines

One type of migraine headaches that many complained. Migraine attacks was tortured because the symptoms are not just a regular headache. It is not yet known exactly what causes migraines.

There are some signs or symptoms that usually occur a few days before the migraine attack. According to Robert Cowan, MD, a neurologist from Stanford University School of Medicine, the key to determine the cause of migraine is concerned about the environment and understand what can trigger headaches.

Here are some common signs of a migraine attack that you should be aware of:

1. Evaporate
One or two days before a migraine attack, you may be more frequent than usual evaporate. For most, this condition is often annoying, but this can be a signal or warning to you to initiate the treatment of migraine. Early warning signs of another that generally coincided with yawning is fluid retention, food cravings, fatigue, thirst, and personality changes, says Dr. Cowan.

2. Nausea
Some of the signs and symptoms in migraine sufferers generally mixed. Nausea is a key component of a migraine trigger. "If you have a headache without nausea, you do not have a migraine," said Cowan. In addition to nausea, other gastrointestinal disorders such as vomiting and diarrhea should be wary.

3. Pain on one side of the head
Tension headaches or other types of headaches tend to cause headaches overall, or at least evenly on both sides. Pain on one side of the head accompanied by nausea is a sign you are not the type of migraine and other headaches.

Generally more severe migraine pain when added to physical activity. Migraine sufferers may also experience pain as throbbing, feeling beaten, drawn-tensile, fatigue, making it difficult to carry out daily activities.

4. Sensitive to light
People who have migraines often complain of headaches are accompanied by an acute sensitivity to noise or light. For some people, light, sound, and certain smells can trigger a migraine. Cowan explained that people who have migraines tend to have a brain stem that is too aktif.tkan anxiety and stress due to migraine.

5. Blurred vision
Visual sensation of a vague or glare may occur in one phase of a migraine aura or migraine during pain itself. A small percentage of migraine sufferers experience aura symptoms such as blurred vision and other neurological changes, but not accompanied by headache. Changes in vision due to blood flow changes in your brain.

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