A migraine headache is a severe intense pain that usually occurs on one side of the brain. The common symptoms inherent to it are sensitivity to light, sound, and/or smell. Some people may also report nausea, temporary vision loss, and/or vomiting along with the usual symptoms..
This kind of headache usually occurs unilaterally on one side of the brain, but it in some cases, may also occur bilaterally causing even more intense pain.
There are two categories of migraine pain, namely migraine with aura and migraine without aura. Aura is the sensation a person feels before having a migraine headache.
Some of the reported migraine triggers and which can vary from person to person are
- Exposed to intense sound, light, and smells
- Dairy products
- Caffeine intake
A migraine headache is throbbing or pounding in nature and can have a pain ranging from moderate to severe level.
Physical exertion along with even slight traces of this headache has a compounding effect that aggravates this pain and make it even more unbearable.
It is must to consider that not all headaches are migraines.
One can easily differentiate between a migraine and a normal tension headache as a normal tension headache
- Usually occurs bilaterally
- Its severity level ranges from mild to moderate
- Unlike a migraine headache, it is not so severe so as to halt your daily activities
- It tightens the neck muscles and gives a sensation of pressure behind the eyes
There are certain signs and sensations that occur prior to a migraine headache that can alert you well in advance.
Symptoms of Migraine
A feeling of weakness or numbness usually on one side of the body
Temporary blind spot in one eye
Less mental alertness
As we strictly advocate natural methods of healing, at individual level one can make the following lifestyle shifts
Make sure to keep your body hydrated as dehydration triggers it up
Maintain a regular habit of sleeping and waking at same time
Be cautious of foods that have triggered your migraine in the past
As is experienced by people muscle relaxation exercises help to alleviate the migraine pain, one may start doing meditation, yoga and relaxation practices.
Migraine treatment in homeopathy
If the above natural healing methods doesn’t help you, which happen normally when you have recurring patterns of these headaches from a long time, homeopathy serves as the best treatment.
Migraine treatment in homeopathy is getting increasingly popular as it has shown satisfactory results in treating these intense headaches at the root level.
Above all, it is safe and has no side effects.
Some popular medicines which homeopathy offer for migraine attacks are Belladonna, Glonoinum, sanguinaria, and glonoinum.
For a remedy most suitable to your symptoms consult a well trained homeopathic practitioner who is doing his homeopathic practice for some considerable time.
A good homeopath will prescribe you with the best prescription remedy that will start easing your symptoms and intense pains from the first consultation itself.
Based on a detailed case study a homeopath develops a symptomatic picture unique to you so that you can be treated as a person not as a disease label.
As the frequency of these migraine attacks automatically reduces as one gets older, you can relate how the current age of stress and anxiety affect our lifestyle patterns and magnetize such health condition.
So, it is highly recommended for you to consult a homeopath in the early stages itself as the consequences can be fatal at later stages.
If you still have any doubt or concern, please feel free to drop me a message at info@RChomeopathy.com.au and I will get back to you soon.