Have you face Migraine Headaches?
The stats of women outnumber men three to one when it comes to migraine, a severe, pounding head pain often accompanied by sensitivity to light, sound and smells and blurred vision. The gender gap according from the research with female hormones play a big role in migraine headaches which may be why attacks often worsen around your period and improve after menopause and during pregnancy. Male and female contrasting brain structures could also play a part. From the experiments showed that female brains experience more activity and excitability than male brain do and as result may be more easily triggered to launch a migraine. There is some evidence that migraine assiciated with menstruation is mopre difficult to treat. If your headaches coincide with your period you better see a specialist or doctor.