Do You Have Migraine Headaches? They Could Be Vascular Migraines

By: EileenDavies


There are many different types of migraines and each one has its own causes. There are menstrual migraines, stress migraines, cluster migraines, and vascular migraines. These migraines occur because of changes in the blood vessels in the brain.

Symptoms of a vascular migraine can include: severe pain on one or both sides of the head, nausea and/or vomiting, sensitivity to light and/or sound, and visual troubles. You may also experience trouble speaking or thinking clearly, weakness in arms or legs, tingling in the face, and confusion. These symptoms are the classic signs of a migraine. More common migraine symptoms include mood swings, fatigue, and fluid retention.

Vascular migraines are also called toxic migraines. There are two reasons why these headaches have this alias. First, vascular headaches used to be associated with illnesses like measles, tonsillitis, and pneumonia. More recent associations are related to the introduction of foreign chemicals that are toxic to the body, like nicotine.

There are many different treatment options for vascular migraines. The best course of treatment involves the use of prescription medications to work with the blood vessels in the brain. There are alternative treatments that you can try that involve the use of herbs and supplements that can help aid in relieving those migraines when they hit, although for vascular migraines they are not very successful in prevention efforts. Make sure that you inform your doctor of any remedies that you are going to try to make sure that they do not cause harmful interactions with the prescription medications that you are taking.

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