Is It Normal to Suffer from Migraines?

Migraine, Migraines, Headache, Headaches, Head Pain, Migraine Headaches, Migraine Relief, Headache Relief, Tension Headache, Tension Headaches, Migraine Headaches, Migraine Headaches ReliefMigraines seem to be such a common part of life for some people that they learn to accept and live with them. However, migraines are not normal and should never happen according to medical professionals. Their exact cause is unknown, but for those who suffer, what is known is that the pain of migraines is intense and often accompanied by:

  • Severe headaches
  • Sensitivity to sound, light, and odor
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Pulsing or throbbing, often only on one side of the head

Migraine attacks usually last anywhere from 2 to 72 hours. Most of the time, those who have these attacks want to shut themselves away in a quiet, dark room until the pain subsides. This is not a normal part of life. Rather, it is the body’s way of telling one that something is wrong. In severe cases, medical attention should be sought immediately. Here are some symptoms that should not be ignored. Rather, they warrant a visit to the emergency room:

  • A chronic headache that becomes worse after exertion, straining, sudden movement, or coughing
  • A headache that is accompanied by stiff neck, seizures, weakness, confusion, numbness, trouble speaking, double vision, or fever
  • A sudden, severe headache described as a thunderclap
  • A new type of a headache if one is over 50 years of age
  • A headache that develops after a head trauma, particularly if it gets worse

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Where to Turn for Migraine Help

A general practitioner will often prescribe certain medications to help those with non-life-threatening migraines. However, these often come with unwanted side effects and, in the long run, may actually make migraines worse.

One area that has seen much success in alleviating migraines is that of upper cervical chiropractic care. This is a specific form of chiropractic that does not require popping or twisting of the spine. The focus is on using a gentle method to help realign the bones of the upper neck. This is often the root cause of migraines. It is very mild procedure that has shown itself to help migraine sufferers.
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