Keeping away from triggers way is the best bet
New Delhi : Migraine is still much of a mystery. But it is not to say that medical science has made no progress in decoding the migraine conundrum. Management regimen of the disorder has reached the stage which is as good as cure. Precise cure may not be round the corner but it has emerged that the medical condition is potentially curable.
Migraine is a baffling medical condition unlike normal headache. Though it can easily be diagnosed, it is a patho-physiologically complex disorder to tackle. Variations in weather, pressure and places can present trigger for it.
Talking to Medicare News, Dr. Atul Prasad, Director and HOD, Neurology, BLK Super speciality Hospital, says, ‘Surely medical science is yet to find its cure; its management has achieved optimum level after which only cure can follow. Doctors have almost tamed this puzzling disorder. Keeping triggers at bay is the only solution for now
If dizziness is killing your day’s charm; you are feeling nauseated; your head aching; this may not be a normal headache as you might think. You may be in for a spell of migraine. These symptoms are prelude to impending migraine attack. And it is no so very difficult to identify it, though management may be a little elaborate.
You can tell migraine from normal headache by the area it inflicts. Normal headache occurs on both sides of the head. The affected areas are temple, back of the neck and forehead. But in a migraine event, the pain is only behind one eye or ear, accompanied by nausea, temporary blurred vision and sound sensitivity. Unlike normal headaches, migraine are severe and makes it pretty difficult to allow the victim to follow hectic daily routine.