Headaches and migraines

Migraine is a chronic and recurrent disease which more women suffer from. Manifestations may be more intense and longer than normal headaches. Migraine affects people between the ages of 25 and 45 and is usually manifested by one-sided sharp, pulsating headache.

Studies show that migraines restrict people in their daily activities and reduces their quality of life. It affects their working life due to absence at work or school. It can also lead to depressive moods, but also to stroke. This was found by scientists from the University of California, where they watched 13,000 patients over 25 years. They found that migraine sufferers are more susceptible to stroke than people who do not suffer from migraine. They may experience various symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, increased sensitivity to light or noise, and the like. Migraine may occur with aura, which is the first symptom of early onset migraine.