Neurological Disorders

Migraine

Migraine is a severe and disabling brain condition & intermittent attacks of headache and complex and multifaceted disorder of the brain which in its entirety may last over several days and often nausea, associated with features of sensory sensitivity, such as photophobia, and sensitivity to head movement.

One-third of migraine patients, their attacks are associated by neurological deficits, which include cortical perturbations, collectively termed migraine aura.

In Migraines there are migraine without aura and migraine with aura.

Migraine with aura is characterized by neurological symptoms and deficits, it is characterized by attacks of unilateral.

Migraines without aura are associated with  vomiting ,nausea accompanied by sensitivity to light, sound, and movement.

Symptoms:
• Throbbing head pain with sensitivity to movement visual, auditory, 
• Tiredness
• Irritability 
• Reduced concentration
• Yawning 

Most attacks are followed by hours or a day of feeling unwell, usually with tiredness called the postdrome.

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