Brain damage, blood pressure and hallucinations
Type of Spiritual Experience
A Pubmed paper
A description of the experience
Brain white matter lesions in migraine: what's the meaning? - Colombo B, Dalla Libera D, Comi G.; Department of Neurology, Headache Center, IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital, Vita-Salute University, Milan, Italy.
Migraine has been associated with structural brain damage. Several studies have reported an association between migraine and brain white matter lesions or clinically silent infarct-like abnormalities in the posterior circulation territory.
The origin of these lesions is still unclear. The cause is commonly interpreted as ischemic, which is consistent with the association of migraine, particularly with aura, with vascular risk factors. The relationship between increased volume of white matter hyperintensities and a history of severe headache per se is under debate