Basic description of the disease
Migraine is a neurological disorder that causes intense, pulsing attacks that feel like headaches. Migraine Headache is a neurological condition that occurs due to abnormal brain activity affecting nerve signals, chemicals and blood vessels in the brain. The pulsing pain generally occurs in the forehead, on the one side of the head, or around the eyes. The headache increasingly gets worse.
It is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, numbness, tingling, sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine symptoms may begin one to two days before the headache itself. This is known as the prodrome stage. Migraine attacks can last from 4-72 hours and the pain can be severe. The length and intensity of these phases can occur to different degrees in different people. Migraine headaches are of different types. The most common are Classical Migraines and Common Migraines, Chronic Migraine, Menstrual Migraine
Migraine treatment in Ayurveda is stated as Ardhavabedhaka .
In Ayurveda, Migraine dominated with Vata-Pitta Dosha . Generally migraine is associated with previous history of acidity, digestive issues .
Migraine Ayurveda treatment can be accomplished through the management of: Ayurveda treatment for migraine include body detoxification, herbal remedies, dietary and lifestyle changes and relaxation techniques as Yoga and Pranayama.
Panchakarma therapy is meant to detoxify, or purify, the body. To remove toxins contributing to your migraine is an very effective and omportant factor - examples of purification treatments include: pouring medicated oil into the nose (Nasya karma), whole body oil massage – as Abyangam or other ,eating medicated ghee,Sweating therapy ( Swedana) , Samshodhana (Panchakarma-Bio-purificatory techniques), that include Kaya virechana (therapeutic purgation), Panchakarma therapy also involve lifestyle changes meant to promote overall wellness. Yoga is an ancient practice that brings together mind and body. It incorporates various breathing techniques and poses to promote relaxation. By calming mind and body, yoga helps ease stress and anxiety and may also reduce sensitivity to pain, including migraine pain.
If you had try natural methodes, but it didnt help to cure migraine, it means something is done wrong - an Ayurvedic practitioner can help you decide which methods are right for you.
Ayurveda is an ancient medicinal system that uses a holistic approach to health. It considers the body, mind, and soul when treating a condition, such as migraine, but be sure to talk to your doctor to make sure it’s safe for you to try any new treatment for your migraine.
Devastating thoughts and emotions
Emotions that cause migraine are : Stress, Anxiety, Tension, Shock, Depression, Excitement, Anger
Regular exercise – it helps your body releases endorphins, which are natural pain relievers
relaxation techniques use the link between your mind and body to help reduce stress and tension
Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce migraine symptoms
Use rosemary, lavender and jasmine essential oils for inhalation, in massage
Use Sesame Oil as a Nasal Drop
crushed nutmeg powder and water and massage on your forehead