What is a migraine headache? It often causes pain in the head, either. But there are times when headaches occur on both sides, characterized by throbbing, pulsating pains. Also progressively worsening until affecting daily life.
That are divided into four stages: pre-symptomatic, warning, and post-headache.
Pre-migraine headache (Prodrome)
.It usually occurs in the 24 hours before a migraine headache. often have appetite Mood swings, frequent yawning, edema, frequent urination, and possibly pain in the nape of the neck.
Warning period (Aura)
warning symptoms also known as aura It usually occurs 20-40 minutes before a migraine headache. Caused by a slow running back and forth of the brain waves, which causes abnormal brain function. Warning symptoms come in the following forms:
- Visual Aura is a visual symptom. Some migraine sufferers see it as a flash of light. White light is a zigzag line, flash, or bright light. followed by symptoms of dark vision
- Sensory Aura Numbness of hands and arms spread to the area around the mouth
- Hemiplegic Migraine weakness half.
- Migraine with Brainstem Aura Dizziness, hearing loss, hearing loss, drowsiness, or possibly unconsciousness.
These warnings are found in 30 percent of migraine sufferers, with about 70 percent experiencing migraines without warning.
migraine headache period is called the climax. Usually occurs for 4-24 hours. Symptoms are throbbing headaches or one-sided headache. The pain will continue to intensify. Many people are in so much pain that they are unable to perform their daily activities or function normally. Some people will also develop intolerance to light, noise, nausea, and vomiting.