The 4 Phases of a Migraine Headache


Migraine headaches are widespread well-known condition. Research suggests that they are the most common of all the primary headaches types. Migraines go through these 4 phases. Phase 1: Prodromal. This phase can occurred several hours before the upset of pain, symptoms include mood swings unusual food cravings
and compulsive yawning. Phase 2: Aura. This next phase may involve
neurological events known as auras. Auras can begin 20 – 60 minutes prior to an actual
migraine. Patients see metallic lines, changes in sensation, motor deficits, and speech abnormalities.
However auras don’t occur for every migraine sufferer. Phase 3: Attack. This phase involve pain and
other symptoms like light sensitivity. If left untreated this phase could last up to
72 hours. And finally Phase 4: Postdromal. This occurs after the
upset of pain has ended. Patients often feel drained and fatigued at this stage. Some also
may experience mild euphoria. If you are experiencing chronic migraine headaches, check out treatment
options in painedoctor.com. And also be sure to check with your doctor before attempting
to treat any migraines on your own. And that is another dose of pain doctor brought
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  2. I never noticed the prodrome phase in myself, maybe I don't go through it. the first sign I'm getting a migraine is the visual and speech disturbances.

  3. I Have Had An Aura, and after that a minor headache and speach difficulties, and a few days later i have an awful headache and i feel sick

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