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    Benefits Of Migraines

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    Migraines are real medical conditions just like diabetes and asthma. It is not just a headache. Migraines are severe, excruciating headaches, but are known to be a serious concern. There is no exact cause to migraine headaches, but some major effects that can cause them are bad posture, flashes of light, nausea or vomiting, and increased sensitivity to light. Stress is another major cause of migraines. But, there are many different types of migraines. Although, the employer has the duty to accommodate to employees’ needs, if there is anything that is causing them from having an illness from specific work positions. The employer has the duty to accommodate to his or her needs, so if he is having migraines during his position, the company has…

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    OBJECTIVE #1 – The different phases of migraine headache • The prodrome phase may be experienced several hours or days in advance and a warning sign can be represented by the migaineur’s “yellow light” (Health Central, 2016). • The aura phase appears about an hour before the headache occurs and is associated with changes in vision, difficulty focusing, numbness in extremities, difficulties speaking, complications interpreting words and muscle weakness (Health Monitor, 2014). • The attack phase…

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    Migraines Research Paper

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    American’s suffer form some form of a migraine ("Migraine Facts - Migraine Research Foundation"). Around six to seven percent of men, and about twenty percent of women experience a piercing headache that leaves them on bed rest for four to six days throughout the year (Mitchell, et al.). This particular condition causes over “112 million bedridden days per year” (Evans, et al.). Treatment sought out by individuals who experience migraines “exceeds $24 billion annually” (Evans, et al.). This is a…

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    most common chronic headaches in the world are tension and migraine headaches. These headaches are mostly common in adults could start at any age but it 's mostly common in the ages of 20’s-40’s. In the US 12% percent of Americans suffer from headaches like tension and migraine headaches. On October 15, 2010 the FDA approved botox as a solution to this devastating health issue of chronic headaches. Botox not only serves as a beauty treatment, it eliminates the drug intake, and it reduces visits…

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    What is a Migraine? A migraine is usually described as an intense pulsing or throbbing pain in one area of the head that can last for hours or even days. The pounding or pulsing pain usually begins in the forehead, the side of the head or around the eyes. (Family Doctor, 2014) The International Headache Society diagnoses a migraine by its pain and number of attacks (at least 5, lasting 4-72 hours if untreated), and additional symptoms including nausea and/or vomiting, or sensitivity to both…

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    Prophylactic Treatment of Episodic or Chronic Migraine. Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain. 2007;48(2):210-220. doi:10.1111/j.1526-4610.2007.00949.x. This journal article summarizes the results of a randomized, double blind, prospective study that focused on comparing the safety and efficacy of botulinum toxin type A and Divalproex Sodium. These two drugs, botulinum toxin type A (botox) and Divalproex Sodium (an anticonvulsant drug) are used as prophylactic measures for migraines. This…

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    Migraines, recurrent throbbing headaches that are typically accompanied by nausea and disturbed vision, affect fifteen percent of the world’s population (Migraine). They are particularly sensitive to any form of sound, movement, or light. Light sensitivity, otherwise known as photophobia, is often a side effect of migraines experienced by about eighty percent of migraineurs (Noseda et al 2016). “The inability to endure light can be disabling,” as said by Rami Burstein, academic director of the…

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    cold as it shot through my arm. Somehow, it caused me to taste a strange metallic and salty taste in the back of my mouth and made me uncomfortable for no reason. There is no way to explain it other than a feeling of uneasiness that was resolved by nothing. The treatment for migraines is painful and scary. No one could have predicted the severity of the struggle I began with migraines when I was nine years old. I started getting debilitating headaches after I struck my head while playing on a…

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    Triggers Of Acute Stroke

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    When was the last time you eat? I will check her glucose level to make sure she is not hypoglycemic. What was your diet last night? What did you eat last night? Precipitating factors of headache can be stress, diet or hunger, menstrual period (VanMeter & Hubert, 2014). Triggers of migraine headache are fasting, alcohol intake, smoke, caffeine, lack of sleep, certain food (chocolate or cheese) and oral contraceptive (Brashers, 2006). Do you have any blurry vision, any numbness or tingling…

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    Imagine Moving North Essay

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    The process of writing and then seeing the written word makes a difference. When you have had chronic migraines for a long time, you can start to doubt your own abilities to make the right decisions. Using this process will give you the best possible tools to make stable decisions. I love and trust myself enough to tune in to my body mind connection whenever I need to. Part Three: Tools to Reduce Stress Stress is a normal part of our biological functioning and it is a necessary part of…

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