Migraines are often confused with headaches. But migraines are not normal headaches. With migraines, enlargement of blood vessels or vasodilatations occur. This results to a release of chemicals in the brain such as serotonin from the nerve fibers. These chemicals lead to the inflammation and enlargement of the arteries. The inflammation, unfortunately, is interpreted by people as pain.
All these, however, are still yet to be fully understood by doctors and specialists. What these specialists presume is that the certain blood vessels in the brain enlarge (also known as vasodilatation) because of some changes in the physical and chemical condition of the body. And because people from the medical community have yet to fully determine the circumstances and conditions related to migraine, there is no sure fire treatment for migraines. Simply put, there is no definite cure for treatment. What can be done is to treat the pain and other physical manifestations of the condition.
Since migraine is a medical condition that has no cure yet, treatments normally only serve as a temporary relief for patients suffering from migraine. Migraines can be a very painful thing. It is often accompanied by intense and acute head pain, alongside a throbbing sensation normally felt at the temple. The pain can be felt in different ways. Most often, migraines are unilateral; it normally Is concentrated on a single part or a single side of the brain. However, in some unusual cases, it can be felt all throughout the head. The head pain related to migraine can take a long time to pass. The pain can get worse when the person engages on simple physical activities. And to make things even worse, migraine can be present along with other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. These symptoms and pain are the exact reason why people try to look for cures or treatments that would completely get rid of their migraines, headaches and symptoms.