Saturday, 23 November 2013

Hemiphegic Migraine Headaches - The Symptoms and Causes

I. Hemiphegic Migraine Headaches
Hemiphegic Migraine headache is defined as a severe and rare condition of of migraine with aura. Headache pain of a migraine may precede with temporary chemical imbalances, as the levels of the serotonin, dopamine or norepinephrine in the brain have become too low or too high, affecting transmit messages. Hemiphegic Migraine headache occurs 5 to 90 minutes before the onset of the headache, but sometime through the duration of the headache.

II. Symptoms (2)
1. Impaired vision
2. Loss of motor control 
3. Speech, language and hearing difficulty
4. Paralysis or numbness on one side of the body
5. Flashing lights
6. Diminished vision
7. Impairment of consciousness and fever (1)
8. Motor weakness, coma, fever and seizures
9. Intellectual deficiency
10. Etc.
III. Causes
Causes of Hemiphegic Migraine Headaches is the result of Gene mutations due to
 gene mutation in heredity that lead to the development of Hemispheric Migraine Headaches, including the CACNA1A, ATP1A2 and SCN1A genes (6) and other causes of Sporadic hemiplegic migraine,such as diseases.

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