Migraine and Its Holistic Management

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Migraine and headache are common neurological conditions that can cause severe pain and discomfort. Migraine headache is a type of headache that is typically characterized by recurrent episodes of moderate to severe pain, often accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine is one of eight chronic diseases affecting over 10% of the global population. Women are three times more likely to experience migraines than men. Migraines can occur with or without an aura. Headache, on the other hand, is a general term used to describe pain or discomfort in the head or neck region, which can vary in intensity and duration.

Migraine symptoms and causes can vary from person to person. Migraines have important effects on individuals, their relationships with others, and their families. The functional limitations related to migraines can lead to physical, psychological, and social outcomes.

Ayurveda explains Migraine in detail as Ardhavabhedaka


What Causes Migraine?

• Hormonal changes in women
• Stress
• Sleep changes
• Physical factors
• Weather changes
• Medications

Phases of Migraine

• Prodromal
• Aura
• Attack
• Post drome

When to Start the Treatment ?

Identifying the types of headache, frequency and severity of attacks, impact on daily activities, and migraine triggers can help to determine when to start treatment for migraine. The goal of migraine treatment is not only to alleviate the pain during an attack but also to prevent or reduce the occurrence of future attacks. With early intervention, VHG Doctors can provide natural migraine remedies and personalized treatment options that may include lifestyle modifications, yoga, Ayurvedic medications, and other therapies based on the individual's needs. We provide natural migraine remedies and personalized treatment options.

How Integrative Medicine based approach helps to treat Migraine?

Integrative medicine is a holistic approach that combines conventional medical practices with Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, and Acupuncture to address the root causes of health conditions, including migraines. Combining these therapies can provide a holistic treatment plan. Studies have shown that a combination of bio-purificatory processes such as Panchakarma and oral migraine medication followed by Yoga therapy can reduce the severity of migraine symptoms, decrease pain intensity, and improve the overall quality of life for migraine patients.

Have a look at below holistics treatments

Yogic Treatments

Yoga therapy is a useful treatment for migraines that combines physical postures, breath control and meditation practices. Yoga practices has been found to have potential benefits in managing migraines. Regular practice of yoga may help to reduce stress, improve blood circulation, promote relaxation, and increase body awareness. These effects can help alleviate headache causes and triggers, such as stress and tension headache, cluster headache etc. Yoga therapy can help decrease migraine symptoms and improve overall health and well-being.

Ayurvedic Treatments

Ayurveda provides treatments such as oral medications, Panchakarma, and external therapies to alleviate migraines. These treatments aim to decrease inflammation and prevent migraine triggers. By including Ayurveda in their treatment plan, individuals can expect a reduction in the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks. Panchakarma is a bio-purification process that removes toxins from the body, promoting overall health and wellness. With the help of Ayurveda, you can stop suffering from headaches and migraine pain.

Naturopathy Treatments

Treatments such as Mud pack, Hip Bath, Enema, Oil Massage, Diet & Lifestyle Modification


Dysregulation of the meridians flowing to the head region can cause migraines. Acupuncture is a treatment that involves selecting specific points related to these meridians to regulate the flow of "Chi." This process brings about vascular changes, decreases inflammation, and ultimately reduces pain associated with migraines. Incorporating acupuncture into a migraine treatment plan can be helpful in managing migraine symptoms.

Case Study

A 32-year-old woman, visited our Ayurveda clinic complaining of severe and recurring headaches on one side of her head, along with nausea and sensitivity to light and sound. She had been experiencing these symptoms for six months and they were hindering her daily life. She searched online for natural migraine treatments and discovered Ayurveda.

Our Ayurvedic doctor diagnosed her with “Ardhavabhedakam” or migraine, which results from an imbalance of the Pitta and Vata doshas in the body. The doctor explained that Ayurveda takes a holistic approach to treating migraines, including dietary modifications, lifestyle modifications, Ayurvedic medicines, and therapies.

Doctor prescribed her some  Ayurvedic medicines   to soothe the nervous system and alleviate migraines’ frequency and severity. The doctor recommended that she undergo Shirodhara therapy, in which warm oil is continuously poured on the forehead to calm the mind and decrease stress levels.

Additionally, She was advised to avoid hot, spicy, and oily foods, which can exacerbate the Pitta dosha in the body. Instead, she was instructed to consume cooling and nourishing foods such as fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lentils. She was also advised to avoid bright lights, loud noises, and strong smells that could trigger migraines.

After following this treatment plan for three months, the lady reported significant improvement in her symptoms. Her migraines’ frequency and intensity had decreased, and she could perform her daily activities with ease. She continued the treatment for another three months, and her symptoms vanished entirely. Doctor advised her to continue the dietary and lifestyle modifications to prevent migraine recurrence.

Case Study

Migraine is a neurological condition that affects millions of people worldwide, and its symptoms can be debilitating. In addition to the conventional treatments, many people seek out complementary and alternative therapies like Ayurveda to manage their symptoms.

One Ayurvedic remedy that has gained popularity in recent years for the treatment of migraines is called “Nasya.” Nasya is a nasal therapy that involves the application of medicated oils, powders, or juices through the nostrils. It is believed to clear the nasal passages, stimulate the brain, and balance the doshas in the body.

A 27-year-old woman suffering from chronic migraines underwent a course of Nasya therapy along with other Ayurvedic treatments like Shirodhara, meditation, and dietary modifications. After four weeks of treatment, the woman reported a significant reduction in the frequency and severity of her migraines, as well as improvements in her mood, sleep, and overall quality of life. By following an Ayurvedic treatment plan, individuals can experience a reduction in the frequency and intensity of migraines, leading to improved overall health and well-being.


Case Study– A 45-year-old woman visited our Ayurvedic clinic complaining of severe and recurrent headaches that occurred on one side of her head. She had been experiencing these symptoms for the past 2 years and they were affecting her work and daily life. She had tried multiple treatments, including conventional medication and alternative therapies, but they did not provide significant relief.

After conducting an examination, our Ayurvedic practitioner diagnosed her with “Ardhavabhedakam” or migraine, which occurs due to the imbalance of Vata and Pitta doshas in the body. The Doctor then elaborated that their treatment plan encompasses a comprehensive approach to healing migraines, including dietary and lifestyle modifications, Ayurvedic medications, and therapies.

The Ayurvedic doctor recommended a combination of herbal remedies to Renu, which can have a calming effect on the nervous system and alleviate the frequency and intensity of migraines. She was also advised to undergo Nasya therapy, which is an Ayurvedic treatment involving the administration of herbal oils or powders through the nasal cavity. This therapy helps to relieve congestion in the head and reduce the frequency and intensity of migraines.

The doctor recommended her to avoid hot, spicy, and oily foods, which could cause Pitta dosha aggravation, and instead focus on consuming cooling and nourishing foods.  She followed this treatment plan for three months, which resulted in a notable improvement in her condition. Her migraines’ frequency and intensity decreased, and she was able to perform daily activities without any issues. She continued the treatment for another three months, after which her symptoms had vanished entirely. Doctor instructed Renu to continue following the recommended dietary and lifestyle changes to prevent the recurrence of migraines. 

Ayurvedic treatments are designed to address the root cause of the problem rather than just the symptoms. Therefore, it is essential to follow all the instructions and recommendations provided by the Ayurvedic practitioner for the treatment to be effective.