In a previous article “What is BMR, BMI and RMR ? ” of fitness series ,we talked about fitness numbers. Everything is based on numbers. If you want to succeed in your business, you need numbers. If you want to succeed in fitness, you need numbers too.
Here today we are going to talk about Migraine, which is mostly common in our generation nowadays.This article will help you to aware about Migraine.
Migraine is a neurological disorder involving nerve pathways and brain chemicals. Many people may suffer continuous or recurring pain in the head, vomiting and difficulties in seeing. Migraines are characterized by severe head pain often accompanied by other symptoms like vomiting, nausea, numbness, difficulties in speaking, sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine tend to run in families, and can affect the all age groups. Most of the migraine attack will last at least four hours but if you are experiencing the symptoms more then three day then you need to consult the physician.
Different types of headache
Common types of migraine in adult are migraine with aura and migraine without aura. Hemiplegic migraine and basilar migraine are the most common types of migraine with aura and Menstural Migraine, often referred to as hormonal migraine, is the most common type of of migraine without aura. There are many other types of headache but not categorized as migraine, including but not limited to cluster headache, tension type headache, and sinus headache.
Symptoms before starting migraine attack
- Pain on one side or both side of head
- Sensitivity to the light and sounds
- Vomiting and nausea
- Eye pain
- Neck pain
- Numbness and tingling
- Problem in speaking
- Frequent urination
Headache attacks lasting 4 to 72 hours (untreated or unsuccessfully treated)
Things that might lead to migraine pain
- Changing of weather
- Extreme fatigue
- Consumption of alcohol
- Too much caffeine
- Skipping meal or fasting
Natural way to prevent
There is currently no single cure for migraine, but your lifestyle might be control you migraine attack, which includes
- Getting enough sleep
- Drinking plenty of water
- Avoid junk food
- Reduce stress
- Regular Exercise