MIGRAINE without AURA NATURAL Cures and Remedies

Migraine without aura often appears upon waking. We analyze below natural cures for migraine without aura, its mechanism and official treatments.

Migraine without aura is one of primary types of headache (that is with no identifiable cause). Its frequency can vary from a few episodes a year to daily (chronic migraine). At onset ther's a particular process characterized by rapid spasm of brain vessels followed by a prolonged dilation of arteries.

Migraine is caused by lack of natural organic elements resulting from stress, incongruous lifestyle, genetic ground and free radicals action. In most cases, crises occur 1 to 4 times a month. Relationship between women and men is 3 to 1. Some factors can trigger it: eating of particular foods, changes in lifestyle or sleep/wake rhythms, particularly stressful events.

Migraine without aura is characterized by pain almost always on one side. It can also occur on both sides of head, of moderate or severe intensity, and is pulsating. Pain can get worse with movement and physical effort. It's usually associated with nausea and/or vomiting. In general, pain develops in frontal or temporal region and then extends to entire head and neck.

Painful crises can be preceded by a series of warning disorders ( so-called "prodromal symptoms") for a few hours. Among them stand out irritability, fatigue, sleepiness, tendency to change mood. Both pain and prodromal symptoms recede gradually and without harm to body, with natural remedies for migraine without aura.

There are disturbs towards light (photophobia), noise (phonophobia) and, in some cases, smells (osmophobia). Pain of migraine is caused by a neurogenic inflammation in trigemino-vascular area. It's triggered by an altered activation of mast cells (corpuscles present in connective tissue around capillaries).

Migraine without aura causes uncontrolled production and release of nerve transmitters, like CGRP (calcitonin gene-related peptide) and SP (substance P). They cause vasodilation of cerebral arteries.

Drugs most used in treatment of migraine attacks are common non-steroidal analgesics (NSAIDs) and triptans. They are of little benefit, but also have serious side effects both immediately and later in time.

However, migraine without aura can be treated with natural products like Vitis vinifera and Rhodiola rosea. These products have anti-free radical, anti-inflammatory, anti-aggregating activity, nourishing action on blood vessel wall. There are also natural organic substances, like flavoproteins and coenzymes, which act in a positive way. They contribute effectively and harmlessly to restoration of mast cell metabolism and physiological production of neural transmitters.