Due to the accelerated pace of modern life and increased pressure, more and more people will have migraine symptoms. Migraine is a very common clinical disease. Patients are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting and other symptoms, usually lasting for 4 to 72 hours. Many people will have a doubt: is migraine a precursor of cerebrovascular disease? How do we identify cerebrovascular diseases?
Frequent headache and dizziness are indeed precursors of cerebrovascular diseases. In addition, motor nerve dysfunction is the most common precursor of cerebrovascular diseases. If the blood supply to the brain is insufficient, the nerves that control human motor function will fail. Such patients often have symptoms such as crooked mouth, difficulty speaking, unclear speech, aphasia, dysphagia, limb spasm and so on. The precursors of cerebrovascular diseases are as follows:
1，Local numbness. When the blood supply to the brain is insufficient, the sensory function will be impaired, which will affect the analysis area, sensory organs and sensory nerve fibers of the brain. Such patients often show facial anesthesia, tongue anesthesia, lip anesthesia, numbness or foreign body sensation in one side of the limb. Some people will have blurred vision, sudden dizziness, limb numbness, unable to hear sound and other symptoms.
2，Abnormal mental consciousness. Some people will have insomnia, personality changes, multilingualism and impatience, temporary loss of consciousness or mental decline before cerebrovascular diseases. These symptoms are related to insufficient blood supply to the brain.
3，Sweating, low fever, palpitation or chest tightness. The above symptoms are related to blood pressure fluctuation, insufficient blood supply to the brain and changes in blood components. It is generally believed that the symptoms of ischemic cerebrovascular disease are headache and dizziness.
Migraine is a chronic neurovascular disease. Teenagers and middle-aged people are high risk groups. Most people cause migraine because of excessive stress and irregular work and rest. If you only have migraine occasionally, you don’t need to worry too much. It may be caused by overwork, not a precursor of cerebrovascular disease. However, if your migraine is recurrent, you should pay attention. Patients with recurrent migraine may cause cerebral infarction and epilepsy.
The signs before cerebrovascular diseases are generally ignored by us, so sudden cerebrovascular diseases in life are always caught off guard. We should understand some precursors of cerebrovascular diseases. When we find that our body is abnormal, we should timely ask the hospital for diagnosis and treatment to avoid delaying the condition. General migraine is not a symptom of cerebrovascular disease, but if migraine occurs frequently and has other symptoms, it may be a precursor of cerebrovascular disease and we should treat it in time.