What is a migraine?
Migraine is a type of headache condition characterised by recurring moderate-to-severe headaches normally on one side of the head.
What are the signs and symptoms of migraines?
- sound, and scent sensitivities
What causes a migraine?
- Environmental considerations
- Aspects of nutrition
- Physiological factors
Is migraine a life-threatening condition?
Migraine has traditionally been thought of as a painful ailment that degrades one's quality of life but isn't hazardous. However, several case-control and cohort studies have found that migraine sufferers, especially those with aura (a brief visual disturbance that foreshadows the onset of a headache), had a greater risk of ischemic stroke but not hemorrhagic stroke.