Understanding Migraine Headaches: Symptoms, Causes, and a Safer Alternative Treatment

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What is migraine? Migraelief is a migraine relief device.

This article was reviewed and approved by Bramhansh's Scientific Consultants Team.

It's just a headache; it will go away if I rest for a while. Well, it's going to subside after I take this paracetamol. Why does it hurt so much? I felt fine a few hours ago. Oh, it's too bright out here; I should close the curtains. Why do I feel so tired even after resting?

I think I should visit the doctor. Oh, there are so many tablets for this headache; it's hard to keep track of them. Why do I feel so drained? I don't think I can get out of bed today. I suppose I'm feeling drained from all these medicines. These migraine headaches are the worst.

Migraine Headaches

If you have undergone a migraine attack, it would annoy you when people say that it's just a headache. Migraine headaches are not just regular headaches. Research shows that migraine headaches are the sixth most disabling disease in the world. The most observed symptom is the throbbing head pain whose intensity varies throughout the head.

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It could be more intense in any one part of the head, both sides or even the entire head. The pain is so severe that it disables one from performing day-to-day activities. The symptoms might vary according to the type of migraine. There are cases in which the migraine attack is preceded by a stage called the aura, in which the affected individual might experience temporary vision loss lasting anywhere up to an hour, termed a retinal migraine.

Migraines might last anywhere between 4 to 72 excruciatingly painful hours, during which external stimuli like light and noise increase the pain further, causing more discomfort and uneasiness. Nausea and vomiting are other ailments that accompany migraine attacks. The intensity and disability vary, based on which the migraines are classified into different types.

How do you know if it's a Migraine Attack?

The symptoms of migraine might vary, and at times it's very easy to misdiagnose a migraine headache as a regular headache. This is because there are no tests that can specifically find out if a headache is migraine-induced or not. However, one can start observing one's own condition to figure out the symptoms that differentiate a migraine headache from a regular headache.

A throbbing sensation of pain usually on one side: It is the most common symptom experienced by all individuals. One has to identify the source of this pain. If the pain can be tracked to a very specific area, make sure which side it affects.

Increased sensitivity to light or sound: People who have experienced chronic migraines reported to their doctors that lights and sounds adversely affected them. If you observe that your headache worsens or gets triggered by light and sound, it might indicate that your headache is not a regular one.

Nausea and vomiting: If the headaches are accompanied by nausea or a strong tendency to vomit, the probability is that your headaches are not regular ones.

Aura as in visual disturbances: If you experience vision loss in any one eye or see strange patterns like zigzag lines along with blurry vision, then chances are that you are going to experience a migraine attack.

Dizziness or fatigue: Migraine headaches take a toll on the body because of the energy spent in tolerating the pain, which further makes one tired and depleted. If you find yourself noticing your headache accompanying one or more of these symptoms, then chances are that you are diagnosed with a migraine. Consult a medical professional to seek help and better understand your condition.

What is migraine? Migraelief is a migraine relief device.

What Causes Migraine?

Migraines are caused due to the hyperactivity of neurons in the brain, and thus, migraines are referred to as neurological diseases. Unfortunately, the scientific community has not been able to pinpoint the reason for the occurrence of migraines. There have been studies suggesting that hereditary or genetic factors contribute to the occurrence. Environmental factors have also acted as triggers that might worsen the condition. To date, there are no specific treatments that can cure migraines once and for all, due to their recurring nature. But fortunately, there are ways one can prevent and control migraine attacks. Every individual has control over their habits and lifestyles, and by ensuring that one sticks to healthy habits, they can prevent migraine attacks triggered by various factors.

  1. Establish a Healthy Sleep Routine
  2. Exercise Regularly
  3. Track Your Migraine Headaches
  4. Meditation
  5. Manage Stress
  6. Maintain a Healthy Diet

Migraine Treatment

The most convenient mode of treatment for migraines is medication. There are various medications used to treat migraines. They perform two functions:

Act as pain relievers: Various over-the-counter medicines like aspirin and ibuprofen help in reducing the symptoms during a migraine attack.

Act as preventive medication: These medications have the ability to reduce the frequency of migraine attacks.

Various combinations of medications are prescribed by medical professionals to treat migraine headaches and the corresponding symptoms. It would be advisable to consult a doctor before consuming any unfamiliar medicines, as the side effects of medication can be drastic.

Migraine tablets have the ability to relieve pain and prevent the symptoms. However, it is very obvious that these medications, when consumed frequently in the long run, would adversely affect the liver and kidneys. Relying on them too much would have many drawbacks. Therefore, it is vital that these medications are taken with caution.

Take extreme caution if:

  • You have high blood pressure.
  • You have cardiovascular conditions.
  • You are pregnant.
  • You have kidney or liver ailments.
  • You are undergoing any kind of medication.
  • To be on the safe side, always consult a doctor before taking medicines for frequent usage.

Safer Alternative

The alternative to medication is a drug-free therapy called neurostimulation. Various waves in terms of electrical or magnetic waves are used to target the nerves that induce migraines, stimulating these nerves to help relieve the pain gradually. Various studies have proved that neurostimulation can be used to treat migraines.

In fact, various neurostimulation devices have been in use for a decade. When these devices are applied or activated during a migraine attack, they can help reduce pain, decrease the frequency and duration of migraines, and even prevent migraines from occurring altogether.


The benefits of these devices have not reached millions of Indians who are suffering from migraines. All such devices were only available in foreign countries, which posed constraints in accessibility and affordability for Indian sufferers.

However, that's not the case anymore, thanks to Bramhansh Technologies, a startup organization that has successfully created the Migraelief device. It is a patented wearable tech that provides the benefits of neurostimulation to trigger a natural relaxation response in the body.

Since the company's inception, various clinical trials have been conducted to validate its safety and effectiveness, and Migraelief has been successfully credited with ISO certification. The results of the trial were remarkably positive and forged a revolutionary solution for migraine treatment.

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70% of the users reported immediate relief from migraine pain within 20 minutes of usage, and it also induced sleep after alleviating any stress they had.

To learn more about migraines, their treatment options, and the revolutionary Migraelief device, click https://bramhansh.com/. Stay informed, seek professional advice, and take control of your migraines to improve your quality of life.

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