Health Tips: Migraines are a growing problem these days. Every seventh person in the world is falling prey to this. Its effect is more in women than in men. Because there is a high risk of migraine during periods, due to which the body becomes more vulnerable during periods. Migraine is being faced by most of the people today. But let us tell you, it is a matter of relief that abstinence gives relief.
What are the problems faced during migraine?
Headache is a migraine that starts in one part and continues to hurt. But with this many problems also come to the fore such as: – Vomiting, dizziness. Such problems also have to be faced. Along with this, the movement of more people, the brightening of the light, the loud talk or noise of the people. Such activities cause more trouble to the patients.
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Neurologists say that this is a common disease. In this, the patient has to face pain several times in a month. But it can be relieved by using medicine. For this you have to abstain from many things. For example, staying awake late at night, excessive travel, alcohol consumption, cheese, nuts, processed foods, strong smell of anything or any kind of stress, etc., it is very important to avoid all these things.
In how many stages does migraine divide?
The process of progression of migraine is detailed in four stages. We have heard and seen that the patient gets irritable at the time of pain. He starts looking sad. This is the first stage of a migraine in which this process starts before the pain. The first phase of a migraine is called the prodrome phase.
During the Aura phase, the patient has to face the problems of the eyes. In this, many forms of the image in front appear. The light starts to blur, this is the second stage of migraine.
When the pain reaches the third stage, the pain increases rapidly and it has to be faced for 48 to 72 hours.
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