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Migraines are accompanied by throbbing or pulsating pain on one side of the head. Along with the headache, patients frequently suffer heightened sensitivity to light, noise, and smells, as well as nausea or vomiting. Each attack often lasts an hour to a few days, with symptoms easing after relaxing in a dark and quiet place. Because there are several varieties of migraine, the symptoms vary widely from person to person. These symptoms might appear in phases, though not everyone experiences all of them.
Slight changes, such as mood swings, cravings, or yawning, may be observed a day or two before the headache in the first stage. Some people will experience auras at the next level. These are brief changes in sight or odd feelings that occur before or during a headache. This is followed by the major headache stage, as previously mentioned, and finally, a recovery phase, during which people frequently feel tired.
Migraines often run in families, therefore genetics may play a part. Certain factors can cause migraine attacks in persons who suffer from them. Stress and effort, a lack of sleep, certain foods and drinks, skipping meals, weather changes, hormone changes, light, noise, and smell are all factors.

Treatment in Ayurveda

Ayurveda considers migraine as a vata pitta disorder which is related mainly to digestion. Ayurveda aims to figure out what the actual causes of migraines are for each and every person. Some of the treatments include as follows:

  • Panchakarma therapy for detoxification
  • Yoga
  • Regular based exercise
  • Relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation etc.
  • Pathyadi is a liquid supplement made from herbs used for pain relief and anti-inflammation.


Ayurveda Treatments