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Synonyms for migraine

a severe recurring vascular headache

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The most common are classic migraine and common migraine.
Classic Migraine tends to present with an aura (commonly flashing lights and zig zags, a sensitivity to smells and light and frequent nausea and vomiting), Common migraine does not.
Migraine is typically classified as classic migraine (also called migraine without aura) or common migraine (also called migraine with aura) (Table l).
Patients should also try to adhere to a consistent schedule because irregular meals and sleep, variation in exercise routines, and stress are thought to be common migraine triggers.
The most common migraine aura is seeing a luminence with a zigzag wall-like outline (teichopsia).
24,44] A double-blind study that compared the efficacy as well as safety of naproxen sodium and ergotamine tartrate in a sample of 79 participants with classical or common migraine found that naproxen sodium was as safe as ergotamine tartrate and somewhat more effective in acute migraine attacks.
The medication you are taking is a common migraine preventative medication.
In his AAHNFP presentation, titled, "Identifying Medically Diagnosed Tension-Type Headache and Common Migraine as a Temporalis Disorder: New Concepts in Etiology and Treatment," Dr.
Study subjects were 100 sufferers of common migraine headaches, from the Neurology Clinic of Zanjan Hospital in Iran.
Each day participants recorded information about migraine attacks, two types of stress ratings and common migraine triggers, such as hours of sleep, certain foods, drinks and alcohol consumed, and menstrual cycle.
Currently, the most common migraine therapies are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and triptans (5-HTIB/1D agonists).
Common Migraine - usually starts slowly but tends to last longer and is more disabling.