How to cure migraines with ayurvedic and natural remedies at home
Migraines are a type of headache with chronic and debilitating attacks.Ayurvedic remedies offer efficient and natural remedies to cure migraines. During a migrain attack, the patient often feels pain only on one side of the head. Between one attack and the other the patient feels fine and leads a normal life.
Sometimes the pain becomes so intense to provoke vomit in the patient.
In some cases pain may increase with sunlight and disappear when the sun goes down. Sometimes the pain becomes so intense to provoke vomit in the patient. During the period between the attacks the patient feels fine although a mental heaviness and a nasal congestion remains. If the patient feels nausea he should not hesitate to vomit. To aid vomit we suggest to take five or six glasses of water with half a tablespoon of salt each, this will help the patient find solace from the migraine in all cases.
Migraines Ayurvedic Remedies
A very useful remedy for this condition is anu taila. The patient should take this oil in a dose of 20 nose drops per nostril and inhale deeply. The deep inhalation may cause the absorption of some parts of it in the stomach through the throat which is not an issue as it has no toxicity. A slight irritation of the nose mucosae may occur causing sneezing. If one inhales oil correctly, it unblocks passage way to the frontal nasal cavity eliminating heaviness and mental discomfort.
Shadbindu taila oil is prepared with mustard which is slightly irritating for the nose, however the oil will bring immediate solace to the patient.
For migraines these inhalations is performed two or three times a day. Shadbindu taila is another medicated oil to treat migraines. One should take this oil in a dose of six nose drops. Shadbindu taila oil is prepared with mustard which is slightly irritating for the nose, however the oil will bring immediate solace to the patient. Ayurvedic doctors commonly prescribe suvarna sutashekhara which one should take on an empty stomach in a dose of 125 mg two times a day with milk. This remedy is both efficient as a cure and as a prevention of future migraines attacks. Patients will often have some constipation associated to migraine, in this case they should take triphala powder in a dose of a single teaspoon before sleeping.
Ayurvedic Diet and Tips
Fried and spicy food is damaging for the patient. One should also avoid yogurt and other sour foods. Milk and ghee should be part of the diet of the patient.
Milk and ghee should be part of the diet of the patient.
The patient should remove any constipation, preoccupation an anxiety. He should avoid exposing himself to heat, excessive cold and rain. He should go to sleep early and avoid not sleeping at night.
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