Экседрин против мигрени
Excedrin Migraine for Migraine Relief, 300 Caplets
Экседрин от мигрени 300 капсул
Комбинированный препарат, содержащий аспирин, ацетаминофен и кофеин.
Migraine symptoms vary from person to person. Symptoms may include:
sensitivity to lightsensitivity to soundnausea
While each migraine is unique, all sufferers agree that it is not just a headache.
What is a migraine headache?
A migraine headache is a recurring, throbbing pain that usually affects one side of the head, but may affect both sides. Migraine sufferers describe the pain ranging from mild to searing, excruciating, stabbing, and even debilitating. Typically, the pain begins in and around the eye or temple. A migraine attack is usually accompanied by nausea, sensitivity to light (photophobia) and sound (phonophobia), and sometimes vomiting. The pain is often worsened by physical activity, such as mild exercise, bending over, or even changing position suddenly. You should see a doctor for diagnosis.
Who gets migraine headaches?
Migraine headaches affect approximately 30 million people in the U.S. each year. The majority of them don't currently seek treatment for their migraine pain.
What causes migraine headaches?
Migraines can be triggered by a number of things. Triggers can be emotional, such as stress, anxiety, depression, or even mild excitement. They can also be triggered by certain foods, including alcohol, chocolate, or citrus fruits. Hormones are also common triggers — many women experience migraines with changes in their estrogen levels during menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.
What is the difference between Excedrin® Migraine and Excedrin® Extra Strength?
The product approved for migraine headache is the same Excedrin® Extra Strength formula that has been on the market for more than 30 years. The FDA required that new labeling be created to address important patient information, instructions, and warnings for use in treating migraine headache pain.
Is it true that the majority of migraine headache sufferers do not seek treatment from physicians?
Yes. Studies have shown that the majority of migraine patients do not currently seek professional treatment.