Symptoms of migraine
Migraine is chronic in nature, characterized by recurrent attacks. There are a host of symptoms connected with migraine. They are…
- Pounding, throbbing or intense pain involving one of the temples.
- Migraine is usually unilateral, occurring on any one side of one’s head, but sometimes it can be bilateral also.
- Typically, unilateral headaches can also change sides.
- Routine activities like going up the stairs can aggravate a migraine attack
- Nausea and vomiting
- Cold feet and hands
- Sensitivity to sound and light
Certain premonitory symptoms precede most attacks of migraine and they can last for hours/days. These symptoms are…
• Feeling sleepy very often
• Depression or euphoria,
• Cravings for sweet or salty foods.