Hi whenever my friend eat breakfast in the morning he gets headache? From last three years he has a migraine problem doctor prescribed him headset medicine but these days he is daily suffering from headache and have to take medicine. What can be the problem? How this can be cured? He is 25 years old weight is 69 kg.
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If you have recurrent headaches, there is a fair chance that it is a migraine headache. The exact cause of migraines is unknown but they're thought to be the result of abnormal brain activity temporarily affecting nerve signals, chemicals and blood vessels in the brain. Many possible migraine triggers have been suggested, including hormonal, emotional, physical, dietary, environmental and medicinal factors. There's no specific test to diagnose migraines. For an accurate diagnosis to be made, your doctor will identify a pattern of recurring headaches along with the associated symptoms.
To help with the diagnosis, it can be useful to keep a diary of your migraine attacks for a few weeks. Note down details including:
what you were doing when the migraine began
how long the attack lasted
what symptoms you experienced
what medication you took (if any)
How can you tell whether your headache is a migraine headache? The first and foremost sign to look out for is its one-sided location â it will be a right or left-sided headache. The next is the character of pain. A migraine headache is pulsating, throbbing in nature. Other attending features include nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light or sound. If your pain profile matches the above symptoms, you could be suffering a migraine headache. In certain cases, neurological symptoms precede or accompany a migraine headache.
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Occasional severe headaches, usually confined to one side of the head, associated with nausea and vomiting, blurred vision, and other visual disturbances, intolerance to light and occasionally numbness and tingling in the arms. In a severe attack, the only thing to do is lie down in a darkened room until the symptoms wear off. Attacks are often heralded by abnormal tiredness, nausea, or flashing, shimmering or distortion of objects towards edge of visual field; once the headache comes on, these symptoms tend to disappear.
The immediate cause of migraine headaches is constriction, then swelling of the arteries which supply the brain, but why the arteries suddenly behave in this way is not known. Stress, hypoglycaemia, and certain foods are the most frequently cited âtrigger factorsâ of this miserable complaint. Incidence and frequency of attacks tends to tail off in middle age,
Stress,chips, chocolate and processed meats and cheeses will increase the likeliness that you'll suffer from headaches,long use sitting infornt of latops and pc can triiger it ,Getting less than 7 hours of sleep a night can trigger a headache.
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He will need Preventive medicines for migraine. Plenty of oral fluids, meals at right time, adequate sleep, avoid late nights. Dark glasses with uv protection when going out in bright sunlight. Exercise 45 min a day. May see local neurologist again.
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