A Migraine is typically a throbbing headache affecting thousands of people around the world. It is a neurological disease felt on the front or one side of the head. A long-held theory suggests that migraines result from the constriction of blood vessels of the head or neck. The spasm in head causes discharge of chemicals from nerves, which loop around the brain’s arteries. This causes pain and other migraine related symptoms.
While the triggers for migraines are varying for different people, the most common ones have been discussed in detail.