Migraine attacks are like headache attacks. Sometimes it is sudden, and sometimes, you already anticipate that it is going to take place. A headache is just one of the characteristic symptoms of a migraine. When you have a migraine attack, you experience sensitivity to light, vomiting, and nausea. This is also characterized as a a pain that throbs and is only felt on one side of your head. You may get the aura symptom first before you get the actual migraine attack. It includes disturbances in vision that warns you that a very severe headache is about to happen. You may also experience tunnel vision, eye pain, seeing stars, blind spot, and blurred vision.