Migraine is a neurological disorder that causes intense, pulsing attacks that feel like headaches. It’s also associated with symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and increased sensitivity to sound or light. When these symptoms occur, it’s called a migraine attack. According to Ayurveda, migraines. Migraine headaches are caused by tridoshic condition, due to pitta-vata imbalance or accumulation of Ama (toxins). Suppressing pain or the symptoms only provides short term relief and creates dependency on medicines.

The cause of migraine is different in every individual therefore the diagnosis requires detailed case history and discussion involving the patient. It’s always advisable to consult an Ayurvedic practitioner before starting a treatment as balancing of dosha’s through diet and lifestyle needs to be done according to the patient’s prakriti.

Ayurveda Suggests

    1. Avoid exposure to mid-day sun and cold winds
    2. Follow a regular sleep schedule with 8 hours of sleep
    3. Schedule a 40-60 minutes of morning/evening walk everyday
    4. Follow relaxation techniques to deal with chronic stress
    5. Don’t suppress natural urges (sneezing, moving the bowels or urinating)
    6. Don’t suppress tears
    7. Avoid drinking and smoking.
Ayurveda role’s

Lepam: the medicated powder is applied on the vertex for the specific duration, which varies from one person to another and depends on the intensity of the condition.
Nasayam: Nasyam is one of the many treatments of Ayurveda. Medicated oils, powders etc. is instilled through the nasal route.
Shiroabhyanga: Shiro Abhyanga essentially means a complete massage of the head, neck, and shoulders using Ayurvedic herbal oils.
Yoga for Migraine: Specific yoga poses can target tension and stress, which may be contributing to your migraines. Certain poses can help boost circulation and improve blood flow to your brain. This may lessen any pain or throbbing sensations that you’re having.

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