Migraine can be tough but manageable
Get rid of the dependency on painkillers and manage your daily routines effectively.
Migraine is one of the most common diseases in the world; around one in seven people. It is a neurological health condition characterized by an intense persisting headache which severely unbearable. Migraines can affect all ages.
What does Migraine feel like?
Migraines last longer hours and have more symptoms than ordinary headaches. Before a migraine attack, some of you may see flashes of light or experience a tingling sensation in the limbs or heaviness in the head. Gradually you may feel nausea, vomiting, numbness, or tingling, especially in hands and legs, weakness, sensitivity to light and sound, throbbing pain on one side or both sides of the head.
Why does Migraine happen?
The lifestyle or environmental changes cause changes in the nerve conduction within the brain. The restricted blood flow to the brain causes inflammatory changes in the nerve cells and creates pain.
Ayurveda says that bad food and lifestyle habits produce high heat and extra acids in the body. This excess acid and heat goes up in the head through the blood and settles there. Any little trigger like wrong food or exposure to sunlight or any environmental factors can trigger this acidic heat and create inflammation and blockages in the brain nerves and cells. Finally, you experience heaviness, "pins and needles sensation," and intense throbbing pain on half side or all over the head. It is called Migraine.
When Migraine attacks
- The primary triggers of Migraine include hormonal changes in women during menstrual periods, pregnancy, and menopause.
- Lack of sleep at night, day sleep, or insomnia conditions
- Excess of use of Alcohol
- Physical factor, weather changes
- Trauma to the head
- Excessive weeping, stress, or anxiety
Where is Migraine pain located?
The severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation usually started on one side of the head. In most cases, the pain progress to the other side of the head or all over the head. Migraine attacks can last for a minimum of 4 hours to days, and the severe pain refrains you from the daily activities.
Is Migraine headache hereditary?
If your parents are affected by Migraines, then there are more than 70% chances that you will also get Migraines. Women are three times more likely than men to have migraines.
Can Migraine cause dizziness?
Migraines are one of the prominent causes of uncomfortable dizziness. Vertigo is also very common when you have migraines with aura. The disturbances or irritations include flashes of light, blind spots or other vision changes, and tingling in your hands or face.
What are the types of Migraines and Headache?
The main types of migraines are
Migraines with aura, common Migraine, retinal Migraine, hemiplegic Migraine, cluster headache, cervicogenicHeadachee, medication overuse headache.
How Migraine progress?
Migraines can progress through four stages. Not everyone who has migraines goes through all steps.
- One or two days before a migraine, you might notice subtle changes that warn of an upcoming migraine, including- constipation, mood changes, neck stiffness, frequent yawning, etc.
- Aura might occur before or during migraines. Auras are reversible symptoms of the nervous system. Examples of migraine aura include- seeing various shapes, bright spots or flashes of light, vision loss, pins and needle sensations in hand or leg, weakness or numbness in the face or one side of the body, difficulty speaking and hearing noises or music.
- A migraine usually lasts from four to 72 hours if untreated. How often migraines occur varies from person to person. Migraines might occur rarely or strike several times a month.
- After a migraine attack, you might feel drained, confused, and washed out for up to a day. Some people report feeling elated. The sudden head movement might bring on the pain again.
How to Diagnose Migraine headaches?
In severe persistent migraines, the doctor will look for signs and symptoms of an illness that may be causing the headaches, such as breathing abnormalities, blood pressure, fatigue or tiredness, vertigo, dizziness, vision changes, etc.
Neurological tests focus on ruling out diseases of the brain or nerves that may also cause headaches and migraines. The vast majority of headaches turn out to be benign, such as blood clots, cysts, infections, brain abscesses, bleeding, bacterial or viral meningitis, injuries, sinus, etc.
The tests for Migraine include CT scan, MRI, sinus X-ray, EEG.
PULSE READING is Ayushakti's unique tool to diagnose disease and its severity. It helps Ayushakti expert doctors to program a customized treatment plan for each one of you as per the requirement.
Will Migraine go away?
Medications used to combat Headaches and migraines, if used frequently, have their risk levels. Fluid retention, stomach ulcers, diarrhea, skin rashes, heart problems, etc., in people with high blood pressure, asthma, liver or kidney disease, bleeding disorders, or pregnant women.
Preventive and pain-relieving medication can help manage migraine headaches. Avoiding trigger factors such as stress and anxiety, sleep disruption, skipped meals, dehydration, some foods and medicines, bright lights, and loud noise can help reduce the intensity to some extent.
Ayushakti’s treatment approach to get rid of Migraine from the root Naturally
Ayushakti's combination of six tools includes a special wellness diet, lifestyle, Herbal Supplements, Detox plans, Kitchen formulas, and Marma (Ayurvedic pressure point). Ayushakti’s expert practitioners evaluate your health condition and create a customized plan for your optimum benefit. You'll learn how to control the symptoms and manage trigger factors just by following the six tools.
What is the treatment focus?
- Balancing the excess heat (Pitta) and digestive acids
- Removing the toxins, inflammation, and blockages
- Improving blood circulations
- Nourishing and strengthen the brain cells, nerves, and overall nervous system
It helps reduce the frequency of migraine attacks, stops the trigger factors, and finally gets rid of the symptoms from the root.
What diet to follow if you have frequent migraine attacks and Headache?
When a migraine strikes, you will do almost everything to make it go away. Watch on your food habits first. Following a diet and lifestyle can help relieve the symptoms gradually, and finally, you will be able to manage even without painkillers. Sounds good?
Proven home remedies to relieve throbbing pain, and muscle stiffness without any modern medications
Natural home remedies are a great option to get significant relief from migraines or headaches, early symptoms and help reduce their severity and duration.
For frequent severe migraine attacks, advise you to consult an Ayushakti expect for long-term relief.
Effective herbal supplements for more profound relief
One tablet each two times a day
Heat and acid reduction from the body
One tablet each two times a day
Relieves toxins and blocks from the head and improves blood circulation. Thus reduces pain
Two tablets each two times a day
Act as an antacid. Improves digestion, reduces nausea and vomiting. Cooling to the body
Two tablets at bedtime
Eliminate heat and toxins through bowel movements
Detox therapies for root cause elimination and prevention
Detox is the Ayurvedic cleansing process for body, mind and emotions that helps you to create holistic health and well-being in your life.
The detox program at Ayushakti is an ancient proven program that includes several cleansing and nourishing therapies for toxins eliminations. The repairing and restoring treatments eliminate the root causes of headaches and Migraines. Finally, rejuvenation (Rasayana) therapies help strengthen the nerves, blood vessels, and muscles in the brain for long-term benefits. According to your health problem, these therapies are customized and will be done under an expert