Migraines Increase Risk of Depression, Parkinson's, Stroke & Heart Disease

They are prone to migraine in middle age, it turns out, at a later date to have twice as much risk of developing Parkinson's disease. The research found that those who experience migraine aura, with early signs of such notice flickering rays are most at risk of contact with Parkinson's. British National Health Service estimates that one in five women and one in 15 men suffer from migraine. Migraine was particularly sustained in early adulthood.

Is still not known exactly what is migraines causes. It is estimated that migraine is the result of temporary changes in the chemical and blood vessels in the brain. About half of migraine sufferers have close relatives who are also affected by migraine. It is estimated that genes play a role affects the occurrence of migraine. Dr. Ann Scher from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda say, migraine is the most common brain diseases experienced by men and women. This disease is associated in other studies with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease. The new study found they were migraine aura turns risk of Parkinson's in the future.

Dysfunction of the brain messenger called dopamine is common in Parkinson's disease and restless legs syndrome (RLS). Researchers estimate dopamine dysfunction is a cause of migraine for many years. Migraine symptoms such as excessive yawning, nausea, and vomiting to be linked to dopamine receptor stimulation. Further research should focus on exploring the possibilities of this connection through genetic studies. While a history of migraine related with an increased risk of Parkinson's, the risk is still quite low.

The study was published online in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The study looked at 5,620 people aged between 33 and 65 for more than 25 years. At the beginning of the study, 3,924 participants did not suffer from headaches, 1,028 people do not experience symptoms of migraine, 238 suffered from migraine without aura and migraine aura 430. Years passed and measured study participants to look for the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease or have symptoms of restless legs syndrome, also known as Willis-Ekbom disease.

From the measurements, found 2.4 percent of people with migraine aura, suffering from Parkinson's. While only 1.1 percent of that is not suffering from headache suffering from Parkinson's. Those who suffer from migraine aura 3.6 times that reported having at least four to six symptoms of Parkinson's. While those suffering from migraine without aura experienced 2.3 times the symptoms of Parkinson's.

Migraines also increase risk of depression, stroke & heart disease

According to the study, if we often experience migraine then have a greater risk of paralysis in the face. After following a history of more than 100,000 people, most of them are migraine sufferers, a team of Taiwanese researchers found an increased nervous system disorder called bells palsy. Bells palsy is a neurological disease that affects the facial nerve (facial), which causes paralysis of the muscles on one side of the face, so the face becomes asymmetrical and seemed to sag or oblique. The author explains the risk is nearly doubled in people with migraine.

However, the research team says there is no explanation of how a migraine and Bells Palsy interrelated, although once they suspect that inflammation, heart problems, or blood flow is a problem that can connect the two. Unfortunately, people with migraine are also more likely to suffer from some other serious health conditions, such as:

Depression: People with migraine, particularly women, are likely to experience depression than non-sufferers. In fact, severe headaches would make a person's mood becomes more acidic. However, the relationship between depression and headaches go both ways. Depression also plays a major role in the occurrence of headaches.

Heart disease and stroke: Study other Neurology linking migraine with increased risk of both heart disease and stroke. Once again, a very strong relationship among women who experience migraine accompanied by halos. (You against the risk of stroke rises to 400% if you have migraine with halos, the study found). The third condition seems to be related to changes in blood flow.

The good news for migraine sufferers. According to studies migraine pain disorders can be prevented with simple, natural, and without charge. Exercise has been shown to prevent migraine and not lose its effectiveness with medications or other relaxation techniques. The conclusions resulting from the research conducted by researchers from Sweden.

One well-known nutritionist, Joy Bauer, author of Food Cures mention that there are some foods that can use as migraine relief or even treat a migraine attack. According to him, proper diet (balanced diet) can help manage, maintain and even stop the pain due to migraine headaches.
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Writen by: Mr Soed - Thursday, September 10, 2015