• Blind spots
  • Witnessing zig-zag lines
  • Seeing Flashy Lights
  • Vision loss or change in vision
  • Witnessing flickering spots or stars
  • Blurred visions
  • Acupressure
  • Change in Diet
  • Usage of essential oil
  • Consuming more ginger
  • Proper stress management
  • Yoga and stretching
  • Biofeedback therapy


This phase is most commonly allied term with migraines likely because it is the most challenging phase among all.headaches of a migraine attack generally lasts from 4-72 hours which is a throbbing pain in the head. It is also called “status migrainosus,” and require immediate medical observation. The attack itself is the most draining part of a migraine. This type of a headache is often noticed on one side of the head. During the course of a migraine, it can move to other parts too. Headache phase pain can vary from person to person and from situation to situation. Some migraine attacks cause mild pain, while others are debilitating.


The pain severity of a headache can often be worsen by even simple day-to-day activities and other physical activities.

Common symptoms in this phase:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Giddiness
  • Insomnia
  • Sensitivity to Smell
  • Anxiety
  • Depressed Mood
  • More sensitive to light
  • Phonophobia (sensitivity to sound)
  • Tenderness of the neck and stiffness
  • Nasal Congestion
  • Fatigue
  • Osmophobia(sensitivity to odors)

Other likely symptoms during this phase can comprise blurry vision, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, facial paleness, localized edema of the scalp, the face, or the periorbital portions more prone to sensations of heat or cold.

It is equally important to understand the difference between a migraine attack and a headache. Headaches can differ a great deal to the duration it can last up to, how intense they are, and the cause of it. They may not occur in a noticeable pattern as migraine attacks do. To cure firstly identify a migraine headache.