Awesome DIY Ideas To Prevent Migraines Caused By Hormonal Changes In Your Body

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You've heard the term "migraine" a lot of times from your peers, people suffering from it in the family or read some news about it. But, did you know that almost 1 billion people around the world suffer from it? It varies from being moderate in intensity to severe headaches. However, if one is suffering from a migraine, then the chances of their death doesn't increase. But, is that necessary for us to take a step only when it poses a threat to our life?

Considering your answer to be a NO, scroll down to know all the basics about migraines and some DIY's to get rid of it.

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Taking some details about it into account, it is the type of a headache which only occurs in one-half of the brain generally which may last ranging from 2 hours to 72. The pain, however, increases if a person exerts themselves more physically.

Symptoms of a migraine.

When one is suffering from a migraine, one may feel a sudden urge to vomit (nausea). Apart from that, they may also become sensitive to light, sound, or smell of any kind which makes them uncomfortable but only when they're going to have the seizure.


Gender advantage.

I personally feel gender equality to be one of the aspects to be pursued by everyone. Yet a migraine thinks otherwise. More boys carry this ailment than girls but only before they hit puberty. After that, it takes the other side with a more intense degree than before. So, 2 to 3 times more women suffer from a migraine than men according to statistics, concluding that hormonal changes play a major role.

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