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Migraine headaches and cure

 

The pain that causes migraine interferes with your regular activity, sometimes you have to lay down until the migraine has gone or you can not do any physical activity.

In order to have a normal and nice lifestyle, if you have headaches with any of these symptoms several times a month or one or twice times a year you should visit you doctor. He is the only one that can prescribe you an accurate drug to at least relieve your pain and let continue with your life.

Migraines can be difficult to diagnose. It is important that the patient visit the doctor without headache to describe the symptoms in a clear and precise way. Often patients who experience migraine find that treatments are not a hundred percent effective at preventing it or worse, they are not effective at all. Pharmacological treatments are considered to be effective when reduces at least fifty percent of the frequency or the intensity of the attack.

Before starting a drug treatment you should check your lifestyle and diet. Sometimes, if you are under great mental tension and stress or eat fast food, chocolate, hot dogs and candies everyday may trigger the migraine attack. Avoiding stresses activities or bad food and starting relaxing activities, such as yoga, walking, you could have at least a migraine relief.

A total migraine cure does not exist yet, but you could complement a good lifestyle with a pharmacological treatment and this could reduce migraine attack. To minimize the painful tension headaches you can use paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin or other analgesic. For the reduction of nausea symptoms and prevent vomiting you can use an antiemetic. Pharmacies often offer medicines that combine analgesics with antiemetic drug for migraine headaches.

Sometimes several migraines do not respond to traditional medicines mentioned above. There are other kinds of drugs that are widely prescribed and can reduce migraine, but they are not approved by FDA for migraine treatment, these medications include sumatripan and related selective serotonin receptor agonist and antidepressant drugs.

Despite drug treatment, are natural treatments good? There is an herbal supplement that contains ginger in its composition. People also eat or drink particular food such as the juice of ripe grapes, ingests of niacin (you can find this vitamin in tomatoes, whole wheat, green leaf vegetables, nuts, sunflowers seeds, liver and fish), vegetables juices (carrot juice with spinach or beet and cucumber juice) to minimize pain.  Cannabis is also used for relieving migraine headache.

 

 

 

 

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