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Understanding Migraines – Sources and Treatment

Migraine is not just a simple headache. It is a complicated neurological condition which can impact the entire body and can lead to various symptoms. Migraine can easily be mistaken for other conditions and may impact people in diverse ways. Research studies continue to delve deeper into this condition but at present it is not known what causes migraine. There is absence of any clear diagnostic test and there is still no cure at the moment; however, there are a lot of ways to assist in managing the condition and reducing its impact.

The Signs of Migraine

For most individuals, the primary feature of a migraine is severe headache; however, there are other symptoms that can hinder an individual from doing his or her daily activities.

The following are the symptoms of a migraine attack:

  • Intense headache often on one side of the head
  • Vomiting or nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Neurological symptoms that encompassed visual disturbances including distorted vision, blind spots, zigzag patterns, or flashing lights
  • Other symptoms include tingling, needles and pins in the limbs
  • Ability to focus
  • Difficulty in speaking
  • Confusion
  • Loss of consciousness or paralysis

These symptoms may occur before an attack happens and may last from few minutes to an hour. The symptoms of migraine may also differ in their duration, frequency, and severity. Though typically, they last between 4 hours and 72 hours and most individuals are symptom-free between attacks.

The Five Stages of a Migraine Attack

Even though not all migraines have the same pattern, there are 5 stages of a migraine attack.

First stage: The prodrome or the warning stage
Some of the signs include tiredness, mood changes, thirst or unusual hunger

Second stage: The aura stage
The aura stage may last for an hour and usually precedes the headache. Some of the signs and symptoms include confusion, visual disturbances, needles and pins.

Third stage: The main stage of a migraine attack
This stage is often present with other symptoms including vomiting or nausea and may last from four hours to 3 days.

The fourth stage: The Resolution Stage
This stage is where the pain slowly disappears but there is still a feeling of lethargy.

The last stage: The Recovery Stage
The recovery stage takes a few days for completely recover. For the lucky ones, recovery may be quicker.

Causes of Migraines

In the past years, the understanding of migraine has greatly improved, recognizing it as a disorder that encompasses a lot of physiological aspects including brain chemicals and the central nervous system. Migraine is believed to be caused by a discharge of neurotransmitters through the nerve endings situated in the brain. When certain brain cells get excited, chemicals such as serotonin trigger a narrowing of blood vessels in the brain, which causes a change in blood flow. Current research suggests that these circulatory changes may contribute to migraine but aren’t the cause of it. Latest findings indicate that the nerve fibers around blood vessels in the affected area of the brain become very sensitive, the nervous control is changing, which has an effect on pain regulation.

Some of the most common triggers of migraine are:

  • Stress
  • Lack of food
  • Dehydration
  • Caffeine
  • Hormonal factors
  • Change in sleep patterns
  • Extreme emotions such as grief or anger
  • Physical or mental tiredness
  • Environmental factors such as bright or flickering lights, loud noise, strong smells
  • Climatic conditions such as extreme cold or heat


Alternative or complementary medicine offers relief and helps individuals to manage their migraine. One of the most important life style patterns to check is the amount of water we drink. Dehydration can play a major role in the onset of a migraine.
If you are prone to high stress levels, the treatment includes relaxation techniques and cognitive behavioral therapy. On the other hand, for those with back problems or neck tension, massage, acupuncture, and osteopathy can be helpful. Other forms of treatment include microcurrent frequency therapy, and information field technology.

TimeWaver information field technology uses consciousness and information patterns as essential mechanisms for diagnosis and therapy. Burkhard Heim, a German physicist, describes the information field as an area where all physical and mental processes come together. These processes are stored as an information pattern. This means that everything we do, think, and feel are stored in this information field and can be accessed there. TimeWaver looks into the possible reasons that cause stresses to the individual and optimizes these in the information field. From there, the treatment process begins. Microcurrent frequency therapy, on the other hand, uses a low level of current to stimulate and relax the painful area, increase blood circulation and general relaxation.



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