How Do I Treat Migraines?
Migraine attacks usually first occur in young adults. About one in four UK women and one in twelve men suffer from migraines. The reason that more women suffer is thought to be due to hormones, with attacks occuring more often at the time of a period. Migraine headaches differ from person to person and may occur several times a week or years may elapse.Imigran Recovery migraine relief
There are two types of migraine – migraine with aura and the more frequent migraine without aura. Migraine with aura has a
warning sign before the attack starts. This can be flashing lights and stiffness in the neck, limbs or shoulders.
Migraine attacks follow five stages, although not everyone goes through each stage. There is the pre headache stage of changes in energy, mood and behaviour. The aura stage of flashing lights and blind spots. The headache stage of throbbing pain in one side of the head, with vomiting and sensitivity to light. The resolution stage when the sickness stops and finally the recovery phase where sufferers feelSolpadeine Migraine relief weak and
To treat a migraine, you need to take medication at the start of the attack. Also look to avoid those factors which may trigger the migraine attack. These may include bright lights, loud noise or certain foods including cheese, chocolates, citrus fruits and alcoholic drinks.
Our online pharmacy offers a Migraine Relief Service consisting of a free online doctor’s consultation and prescription medicines if suitable.
The main non prescription medicines are Imigran Recovery and Solpadeine Migraine tablets.
Prescription medication from www.PharmacyDirectGB.co.uk consists of Sumatriptan tablets in 50mg or 100mg strengths, or Imigran Nasal Spray standard or high dose. For a free online consultation for migraine relief please follow this link:-https://pharmacydirectgb.co.uk/lp_migraine.php