A migraine is a disease of the nervous system characterized by a severe headache. A headache is so pronounced that it forces a person to stop all activities, to hide from the outside world. A headache attack with a migraine can last for hours and days without interruption, causing the patient to suffer unbearably.
The frequency of headache attacks with a migraine is different. Some of them appear only a couple of times a year, and others are worried almost daily. In any case, there is a need to get rid of the excruciating pain. To do this, resort to medication.
All existing drugs for the treatment of migraine are conventionally divided into two groups: taken for arresting an attack and used to prevent its occurrence. In the first group of drugs, all patients need a migraine. Prophylactic medicines are shown only to those patients who have seizures more often 2-3 times a month and are quite difficult.