Treating migraine, the Homeocare way
Treating migraine, the Homeocare way. Migraine is a chronic neurological disease characterized by recurrent headache associated with various other symptoms.
Migraine is a chronic neurological disease characterized by recurrent headache associated with various other symptoms. It’s not just a simple headache but causes significant distress to the patient resulting in loss of productivity of the person and is affecting more than 15 percent of the population and affecting the female more than the males.
Migraine is a multi factorial disease and there are many triggering factors which may be environmental or the changes in the body. Migraine headache is caused by various changes in the blood vessels of the brain and the skull along with imbalance in chemicals in the brain which trigger the inappropriate triggering of the various signals in the brain.
The various triggering causes of migraine are :
• Physical or mental stress
• Hormonal changes especially in women before, during and after the menses
• Alcohol consumption.
• Inadequate sleep or sleeplessness
• Irregular meals or skipping a meal
• Certain food articles
• Environmental changes, weather changes
• Strong stimulus like Excess of noise or light or Strong odours
There are many types and variations of headache which are similar to migraine like tension headache, cluster headache, sinus headache which need to be differentiated to provide better treatment.
Migraine headache is generally classified into 2 types as Migraine with Aura and Migraine without aura. Migraines may progress through four stages, including prodrome, aura, headache and postdrome, though all persons suffering with migraine may not experience all the stages.
One or two days before a migraine attack, patient may notice subtle changes like constipation, , craving for some foods, mood changes like – hyperactivity or irritability or depression, Uncontrollable yawning that signify an oncoming migraine attack.
Aura may occur before or during migraine headaches and are symptoms like visual disturbances including flashes of light or bright spots, Sometimes Pins and needles sensations in an arm or leg, Speech or language problems. Less commonly, an aura may be associated with limb weakness. Most people experience migraine headaches without aura. Each of these symptoms usually begins gradually, builds up over several minutes, and then commonly lasts for 20 to 60 minutes.
Migraine headache usually lasts from four to 72 hours, but the frequency with which headaches occur varies from person to person and can be several times a month or much less often. During a migraine, you may experience symptoms like Pain on one side or both sides of your head which is pulsating, throbbing quality associated with symptoms like sensitivity to light, sounds and sometimes smells, nausea and vomiting.
The final phase, known as postdrome, occurs after a migraine attack. During this the person feels drained and washed out of energy and report weakness and fatigue, though some people report feeling mildly euphoric.
Homeopathy treatment for migraine
Homeocare International offers constitutional homeopathy solution for migraine and relives patients from migraine effectively and safely. A in depth case study and analysis of each and every person suffering with migraine is done in regards to symptoms of the disease, complete medical history , the causative and triggering factors and the physical constitution is considered before starting the treatment.
Patient feedback after treatment at Homeocare International says that majority of them experienced a significant reduction in the frequency of attacks and the severity of the pain . Many of them experienced a general sense of well being after starting the treatment. Homeopathy treatment is the best suited for migraine and can effectively treat and cure safely without any side effects.
Dr.Srikant Morlawar ,CMD, Homeocare International Pvt Ltd
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