Stages of migraine:
Prodrome- Two or three days before you get a migraine, you can get a warning from subtle changes such as constipation, intense mood swings, food cravings, neck stiffness, frequent urination, increased thirst and constant shouting.
Aura- It usually occurs during or before a migraine. They are usually signs such as zoo vision, wavy or light vision and flashes of light. Sometimes, aura can also be marked by speech disturbances. These symptoms may last 20 to 60 minutes at a stretch.
Attack – Migraine in this phase usually lasts 4 to 72 hours if it is not treated. The frequency of occurrence of a headache can vary from person to person. In this stage, you may experience pain on both or just one side of your head, pulsating pain, sensitivity to light, nausea, vomiting and pain on bending.
This is known as the last stage of migraine. People may also experience confusion, moodiness, dizziness, weakness, and sensitivity to light and sound.
- Face or neck pain.
- Constant, severe and throbbing pain on the head.
- Sensitivity to light and sounds.
- Dizziness and light ladder.
- Blurred vision or distorted vision.
- Nasal congestion.