Migraine Awareness: Don't Treat Migraine Just Like Headache, It Can Cause More Serious Diseases, Know more...

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How To Manage Migraine Attacks: Migraine should not be considered as just a headache, what are the symptoms of this disease, how to control it, Migraine Awareness Week is celebrated to make people aware about these things. After all, what causes migraine and how can a migraine attack be prevented or reduced? Also, know what doctors advise to be alert about this disease.

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What is migraine?
Migraine is a type of headache in which symptoms like burning eyes, dizziness, vomiting, severe pain in half of the head or severe pain in the nerves. Most people take pain killers when they have this disease, which gives them relief.

Migraine can increase the risk of these diseases
Regarding migraine, doctors say that it is not just a headache but a chronic neurological disease that affects more than one billion people worldwide. Although the cause of this disease is not completely clear, but there are many triggers that can lead to migraine. Migraines have a bad effect on both physical and mental health. Long-term migraines or frequent migraines can lead to insomnia, dark circles under the eyes, and sometimes depression. If someone has a severe headache, then it can become a neurological problem, in which there may be swelling or any other problem in the eyes or any part of the head.

How to avoid migraine
First of all it is important to identify the trigger. Everyone's headache has a reason that triggers a migraine. First identify the cause and prevent it from happening. By identifying the trigger of migraine, this disease can be controlled to a great extent.

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When to see a doctor
If you have chronic migraine i.e. one time headache every day in the morning or at any time.
If the frequency of headache is very high and migraine occurs every week or 15 days.
If the headache is accompanied by severe vomiting, dizziness or a feeling of blindness.
Mental or physical health is being affected very badly due to headache.