I have asthma and get migraine headaches. I’ve realized that when I get a sudden asthma attack from running up the stairs or walking far without breathing deeply, I get a throbbing and pulsating migraine. Are these connected? Because I can’t take in enough air during an attack, are migraines a possible symptom because I can’t get enough air to my head? I may sound strange or unintelligent, but I was just wondering… Thanks!
Asthma and migraine are not related as such. But the triggering factors for migraine like stress could precipitate an attack of migraine. jus keep your asthma under control that should do it. and if you get migraine attack more than 4 times a year then it need medication.
by: Mudit B
on: 1st April 08