There are days when you barely pay any attention to that headache and then there are days when you feel like it could kill you.
'Headache' is an umbrella term under which many kinds exist. For the various types - migraine, cluster, tension-type, ice cream and symptomatic - there are different kinds of treatments. For instance, acute pain can be treated by a simple analgesic or painkiller, as prescribed by a doctor. However, it is essential to address the root cause of the pain, as it will reoccur if not treated properly. Dr Sangeeta Ravat, Head of Neurology department, KEM, tells us how to distinguish one headache from another. While you take aid of prescribed medicines, here are a few home remedies.
Migraine is a severe headache type and can have a considerable impact on the daily life of sufferers. It may occur in half of the head called the hemi cranial; this is usually preceded by an aura or the premonitory system. "You may see a coloured halo or bright light, which is called a visual aura. The character of the headache is throbbing. It feels as if someone is hammering your headache along with nausea and vomiting.
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