Typically, migraines affect one side of the head and cause throbbing pain or a pulsating sensation. It is commonly accompanied by nausea, vomiting, excessive light, and sound sensitivity. Migraine episodes can last anywhere from hours to days, and the pain might be severe enough to affect your usual activities.
A warning sensation known as an aura arises before or with a headache for some people. Medications can reduce migraine pain and prevent some migraines. The correct medications, in combination with self-help treatments and lifestyle adjustments, may be beneficial.
At Padda Institute, our goal is to identify the root cause of migraines. We might order a diagnostic test after reviewing the clinical history of the patient and if the examination document does not reveal any neurologic findings, such as papilledema. Consult with our specialists today.
You may detect small changes that indicate an impending migraine one or two days before it occurs, such as:
Auras can appear before or during migraines for certain people. Auras are reversible nervous system symptoms.
Examples of migraine auras include:
If left untreated, a migraine can persist anywhere from 4 to 72 hours and frequency might vary from person to person. Migraines might hit once a month or numerous times a month.
You might experience the following symptoms during the migraine:
Migraines are undetected and mistreated far too frequently. Keep track of your migraine episodes and how you dealt with them if you experience them on a regular basis. Schedule a consultation with a specialist to address your headaches.
Migraines happen due to various factors, as follow:
The goal of migraine headache therapy is to alleviate symptoms and avoid future occurrences. We don’t recommend taking any medication without your doctor’s prescription. There are two types of medications used to treat migraines: