Anima Mishra

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Dr. Anima Mishra


Migraines are neurological events that are characterized predominantly by a headache but also by other symptoms such as nausea, sensitivity to lights, noises, movements, and so on. About a quarter of people who get migraines also get an aura and that’s a period of neurological dysfunction that usually comes before a headache and typically consists of visual disturbance.

An ocular migraine can cause changes to your vision and when it happens, it can be frightening. The patient will get visual symptoms but do not get the classic headache of migraine. Very commonly people will describe a little bit of dimming of vision, especially when looking through the heatwave. Other patients will have scintillating light where they see different colors kind of whipping and curls and scariest. If some people will have to dim their vision, the symptoms usually resolve completely within 20 min and your vision returns to normal.


Visual migraines often appear suddenly and can cause the sensation of looking through a broken window. The aura usually disappears within 30 minutes. Symptoms of a visual migraine can vary, and may include:

1. An unstable small blind spot at or near the center of your view, becomes very difficult for you to see in front.

2. A wavy or zigzag ring of colored light surrounding a central blind spot.

3. A blind spot that bright gradually shifts to your field of view. This blind spot enlarges, making it impossible for you to drive safely or read with the affected eye.

4. You can see stars in front of your eyes at any time of the day.

5. You may get to see light.

6. You can see things blurry.

7. You may see the lines moving diagonally.

Ocular migraine and headache are believed to have similar causes of migraine. It can make your day a lot worse and you can also get very upset about it. The basis of migraine headaches is genetic, and some studies state that up to 70 percent of people with the disorder have a family history of ocular migraine.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), migraine is triggered by the activation of a mechanism deep in the brain, which releases stimulants around nerves and blood vessels in the head and brain.


If you have these visual symptoms see a doctor. There are certain other things that you want to have ruled out. Ocular migraine occurs rarely so knowing the diagnosis can often remove the fear from the experience once they are reassured that everything is going to be okay. They can sort of downplay them and go on with their lives a little better.

According to Homeopathy Specialist in Indirapuram,Homeopathy may provide long-term relief from Ocular migraine symptoms. It can safely and effectively handle Ocular migraines. Patients availing of homeopathic care for Ocular migraines have evidenced remarkable change in the severity of their symptoms as well as their overall quality of life. The homeopathy is devoid of any kind of side effects or after as in allopaths and indulges in the recovery of the disease or ailment.

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