This type of migraine occurs mostly in
adolescent and young
women. It results from a spasm to the basilar artery, a major blood vessel at the base of the brain. Symptoms can include vertigo (dizziness), impaired vision, poor motor coordination, difficulty speaking or hearing, and altered consciousness.
Benign exertional headache: This is a type of vascular headache triggered by physical exertion, such as running, bending and lifting, or even coughing, sneezing.