Migraine and Headache

Headaches cause pain in the head, face, or upper neck, and can fluctuate
in frequency and intensity A migraine is an immensely painful headache disorder. Migraines usually produce symptoms that are more enormous and debilitating than headaches. Some types of migraines do not cause head pain
Headaches are dreadful pains in your head that can cause pressure and aching .This pain can be mild and sometimes It can be stern and usually occur on both sides of the head. Headache can also occur in some specific areas such as forehead, temples, and back of the neck.

Following are the most common causes of headache:

~Tension or stress/Anxiety
~lack of sleep
~Having flu or cold
~sun exposure
~Headache can last from few minutes to few days

Types of headache

~Cluster headaches
~Sinus headache
~Chiari headache
~Thunderclap headache

While Migraine is quite severe and will affect only one side of the head,However, it is possible to have a migraine headache that affects both sides of the head too.

The quality of migraine pain is different from the normal headache.

Migraine cause an intense pain that may be thumping and can make people performing their daily tasks difficult.

People with migraine can experience severe pain attacks,Migraine occurs in four distinct phases, though not everyone experiences every phase.

Phases of Migrane

~Premonitory phase
~Aura Phase
~Headache phase
~Postdrome phase

Types of Migraine

~Migraine with aura
~Migraine without aura
~Hemiplegic migraine
~Abdominal Migraine
~Some migraine sufferers may experience symptoms a day or two before the actual migraine occurs
~Frequent yawning
~blurred vision
~neck stiffness