Migraine is an intense, sometimes incapacitating headache that can be convoyed by sensory warning signs such as augmented sensitivity to light, sound and smell, feeling sick, tingling in the arms and legs, nausea, blind spots, and vomiting. The symptoms of migraine may vary from one person to another and they may also experience different symptoms during different attacks. Although, for many people the key feature is a grievous headache. Migraine attacks can be very frightening and may result in you having to lie still for several hours. In worst cases, migraine attacks may last to over 72 hours. Thus, it is needful to know the early stage signs of migraine as well as the methods of its preventions.
Signs of Migraine
Our team has made a synopsis on its early stage signs depending on the type of migraine. Individuals may notice the signs even one or two days before they experience a headache. Typically, the progress of migraine is observed in four stages viz. prodrome, aura, headache, and postdrome, albeit not all sufferers of migraine face all of the four stages.
The signs include:
- Food cravings
- Neck stiffness
- Untamed yawning
The signs can be:
- Visual (sight related problems such as seeing bright spots, various shapes, or even loss of vision)
- Sensory (pricking sensations, such as tingling in the arms or legs)
- Motor (problems related with movements such as weakness in limbs)
- Verbal (uncontrolled speech)
Most common! The signs are:
- Painful headache
- Grievous pain on either side of the head
- Augmented sensitivity to light, sounds, and smells
- Blurred vision, nausea and vomiting
This final stage that follows a migraine attack.
- Feeling severe fatigue
- Feeling a bit euphoric
How to Prevent Migraine?
Our preventative treatments are aimed to reduce the frequency and severity of your migraine. Although, every individual requires a specific treatment. Still we suggest several preventive measures that go well with almost everyone.
- Sleep: Go to bed and get up about the same times every day.
- Regular Exercises: Research suggests that regular and moderate aerobic exercises may make migraines shorter and less severe.
- Regular Meals: A drop in blood sugar can trigger a migraine, so retain it by not skipping meals.
- Drink Water: Drinking plenty of water avoid dehydration, which can cause the headaches.
- Relaxation: Meditate and listen to soothing music.
Contact Us for Migraine/Headache Treatment in Kota
For personal counselling, we recommend you to reach out to us at www.ramakrishnahospital.com or call us on 0744 – 2433111. Ramakrishna Multispecialty Hospital is a complex of Nursing Home, General Hospital and Charitable Unit, situated in the Kota City. The Hospital has a good team of full time highly qualified experienced Consultants most of them having foreign or Indian highest qualification in their respective specialty.