Migraine is a chronic medical condition that involves severe recurring headaches.
Around 18.9% of the Australian population suffer from migraine and the number is gradually increasing. What causes this raise in migraine affections? To answer this question first we want to know what is migraine and what are the causative factors of migraine. In a medical definition, we can say that migraine is a severe type of headache, that causes severe throbbing pain and pulsating sensation which is usually associated with vomiting, extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine affects people in different ways and the triggering factors, issues, severity and frequency can be varied. Triggering factors like stress, light, noise, exposure to the sun, certain medications may increase the chances of migraine. Issues of migraine occur in 3 stages. Before headache, during headache, after headache. Before the onset of headache, the person may feel mood swings, irritability, frequent urination, dizziness, sensitivity to light and sound. During headache patients may experience severe pulsating or throbbing pain, sleepiness, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision etc.
After the acute attack, the patient may recover within one or two days. Many of them feel better even after sleeping.
If you want to get rid of this painful problem you should consult your Homoeopath. Homoeopathy is gentle and holistic in managing migraine. Through the holistic method of treatment, you can overcome these issues.