Simply defined, it is "the worst form of headache imaginable". Often confined to one side of the head, it is preceded by distortion of vision (AURA) and accompanied by nausea and vomiting.

There are probably over five million people in India alone who suffer from this illness. In some fortunate cases, migraine only strikes 2 or 3 times in a lifetime. In most people, attacks recur again and again as frequently as two or three times a week – but fortunately for many sufferers, with diminishing intensity and frequency as they get older. There is complete freedom from distress between attacks.

Like backache sufferers, migraine sufferers generally get little sympathy, yet is a condition which can disrupt marriage, affect a job and in severe cases, completely ruin living.

Types of Migraine Treatment
What are the Symptoms? Prevention
Who is Likely to Get Migraine? Treatment of Acute Attack
What Provokes Or Aggravates An Attack?