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Migraines and Nausea
Besides just excruciating pain, migraines can be associated with various other symptoms. One common migraine symptom is nausea. The nausea may even become so great that vomiting results. What are the causes of migraines and why is nausea a symptom? An even more important question is: what can you do about your migraines?
Migraines are a condition that is characterized by pulsing and throbbing in the head. It is estimated that 36 million Americans suffer from migraines. As many as 18 million Americans have chronic migraines, which would be 5 or more migraines monthly. Migraines may last for only a few hours or several days, and many people accept this as part of daily living.
Migraines are a challenging condition to treat due as they are as unique as the individual who has them. This makes it very hard for patients and doctors alike. The market for drug treatments is constantly expanding for treatments. In this day and age many people are no longer looking for a pill to cover up the symptoms and want a natural solution for migraines.
Headaches are the most common health conditions and affect everyone at somepoint in their lifetime. The challenge is for those people suffering with chronic headaches that become an unfortunate part of life. As much as 18% of women and 6% of men in the United States have active headache conditions.
Headaches are causing a financial headache. Each year, more than 12 million people visit the doctor because of a headache. In fact, about $31 billion is lost annually because of missed work and decreased productivity due to headaches. The losses can be especially significant for those who suffer migraines, a neurological condition that is lumped in with headaches by most people.
Migraines have a devastating affect on those who suffer from its affects. Worldwide there are as many as 46% of the population with an active headache issue and an estimated 10% of the American population with the condition.1,2 Migraines are nearly twice as common among women than they are men. Migraines are the most common neurological disorder amongst Americans and often come with side effects of nausea, dizziness, and vomiting.