What Are the Symptoms and Treatment of Migraine Headache?

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What are the symptoms and treatment of migraine headache?

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The most common signs and symptoms of migraine are:
  • Eye pain
  • Nausea and/or vomiting
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to sound
  • Severe, often "pounding," pain, usually on one side of the head
The treatment for migraines depends upon on how frequently the headaches occur and how long the headaches last. Here are some most common treatments: Migraine medications - The treatment of an acute migraine headache may vary from over-the-counter medicines (OTC), like acetaminophen (Tylenol and others), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, etc.), naproxen sodium (Aleve) to prescription medications. Narcotics - Narcotic pain medications are not necessarily appropriate for the treatment of migraine headaches and are associated with the phenomenon of rebound headache, where the headache returns -- sometimes more intensely -- when the narcotics wear off. Triptans - Triptans (sumatriptan, rizatriptan, eletriptan, zolmitriptan, naratriptan, almotriptan, and frovatriptan), may be extremely effective in treating migraines and may be prescribed to help the patient treat their migraine at home. The specific medication which is selected for a patient is dependent on many other factors, including age, sex, blood pressure, and other pre-existing medical conditions. Keyword: migraine headache symptoms treatment
Que medicamento puedo tomar para la migraña
Algunos de los medicamentos que se utilizan para el tratamiento preventivo de la migraña son los siguientes: el bloqueador beta (también para el tratamiento de la hipertensión arterial), como el trastorno cardíaco (inderal), el inhibidor del canal de calcio (también para el tratamiento de la hipertensión arterial), como el valipami (calan, isoptin).
history of ocular  migraines without headache where migraines are accompanied by lightflashes and by confused and nonsense speech for approx 5 minutes.  Gibberish speech NOT accompanied by headache.  What are the causes and treatments?
Can you hear some people speaking in your mind? Do you get what they say? If this acousma happens often, you need to see a psychiatrist and get a mental test.
My symptoms for years are exactly like yours and I’m a therapist with no HX of any type of mental health issues.
Be assured you are not alone.
Radio frequency which turns off pain receptors
Temporarily but can easily last 6 months.
Mine are given very high in the neck while you are awake. So far it is the only thing that has helped me. Mine are often kicked off from the back of the head severe pain and then moves forward. Weather seems to be the frequent indicator for me. Keep looking
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