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What is Visual/Optical Migraine?
Visual Migraine is also called as occular migraine. Visual Migraine is mild headache appear at one side of head. It is mainly seen in women than men. Visual Migraine is seen in women at the time of menopause. Visual Migrain is caused by the dilation and constriction of arteries in the head. The 22 million Americans suffer from visual migraines.
Causes of Visual/Optical Migraine
- Constriction of arteries in the head
- Changing estrogen levels
- Extended period of watching television
Symptoms of Visual/Optical Migraine
- Sensitivity of light
- Heat waves rising off a hot roadway
- Throbbing pain
Treatment of Visual/Optical Migraine
- Stress relief, control of blood pressure or medication to maintain appropriate hormonal levels.
- Magnesium Malate Chelate 500 mg - Magnesium Malate Chelate 500 mg 120 tabs.
- Supplement your diet with a good multivitamin like Colloidal Mineral & Vitamin Formula.
- Maintaining physical health we can treat the visual migraine.
- Sumatriptan is a subcutaneous injection is more effective to treat the visual migraine.