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What is Chronic Migraine?
Chronic Migraine is also known as transformed migraine. Chronic migraine is a disorder. The chronic migraine appears 15 or more days each month. The usual feature of this is nausea.In the US and Europe indicate that 4-5% of the general population are affected by chronic migraine. Chronic Migraine causes headache. The affects of a migraine are completely consuming and living with this chronic pain can be torture both physically and emotionally .
Causes of Chronic Migraine
- Changes in parts of the brain that control pain.
- Sleep apnea
- Stressful life
- Strong odors, including perfumes, incense or air fresheners
- Extended time watching television, a computer monitor, or driving
Symptoms of Chronic Migraine
- Aura which involves both electrical and chemical changes in the brain
- A reduction of blood flow to parts of the brain.
- Sensitivity to light and noise
Treatments for Chronic Migraine
- Treatment foe chronic migraine include certain antidepressants, anti-seizure medications or cardiovascular drugs..
- Treatment for chronic migraine include Amitriptyline.
- The ergots and triptan drugs are the acute treatments for headache these are more effective for this disease.
- Routine exercise can be an enormous benefit to migraine
- Treatment for chronic migraine include pain medications such as acetaminophen and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications.
- Surgery: This may be an option for people with chronic cluster headaches. Most of the procedures involve blocking the trigeminal nerve.
Anemone herb for Chronic Migraine
Latni Name - Anemone pulsatilla
Origin - Europe, Asia
Parts Used - Leaf and flower
Dose - 1/4teaspoon to 1 cup, Tincture 1ml, 3 times daily
Constituents - Voiatile oil, saponins, tannins, resin, camphor
Primary actions - Relaxant nervine, Anti-spasmodic,
Secondary actions - Hormonal agent, Alterative
How it works - Saponins are often related in structure to hormones. In anemone they are stimulant to the liver, increasing bile flow and so helping to improve metabolism of nutrients, especially fats. This action may help to protect against the development of gallstones, and the hormonal saponins affect both male and female hormone structure,
though the mechanism is not understood. The volatile oil and tannins may be responsible for the alterative action - this is an old term used to describe herbs which relieve both viral and bacterial infections. The nearest modern equivalent is an antibiotic, but antibiotics only act on bacteria, whereas the herbal compounds appear to increase the
body's resistance to a variety of organisms. It was once considered a specific cure for measles. Its main use today is for nervous exhaustion, pain and inflammation in the reproductive system, especially in menopause. It is observed to stimulate secretion of all mucous membranes, and this may account for its use as a remedy for
Growing guide - From bulbs in a well drained, sunny spot. Caution - The fresh plant should not be used as the oil is irritating to skin and mucous membranes.