If migraine attacks during the fasting period, there’re so many ways it will affect the individual especially from the inability to pray due to the pain and lack of concentration. Migraine is a kind of headache with varying intensity, often accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and sound. There are different types of migraine and they differ with intensity.

Migraine most times can cause the following;

  • An unusually severe headache
  • Visual disturbance
  • Loss of sensation
  • Difficulties with speech

You may not be able to fast and pray effectively if all of the above listed occur during your fasting period.

There are some common types of migraine

  • Chronic migraine: This refers to any migraine that triggers attacks on over 15 days of the month.
  • Menstrual migraine: This is when the attacks occur in a pattern connected to the menstrual cycle.
  • Hemiplegic migraine: This causes weakness on one side of the body for a temporary period.
  • Abdominal migraine: This is a syndrome that connects migraine attacks to irregular function in the gut and abdomen. It mainly occurs in children under 14 years of age,
  • Migraine with brainstem aura: This is a rare type of migraine that can trigger severe neurological symptoms, such as affected speech.


How to manage migraine during the Ramadan period

  • Whenever you feel a migraine always try to find a way to lie down, as it is not a time to move around as Migraine causes lack of concentration so try to stay put.
  • Try as much as possible to stay away from a room that is lighted as migraine increases with light intensity.
  • Use medication to ease the headache, medications like Forpain will help ease the pain
  • Book an appointment with a doctor for proper diagnosis.


Migraine headaches are spontaneous and Forpain can help you with relieves from migraine headaches, it is still important that you speak to a doctor after identifying a migraine pattern in any headaches experienced.


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