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Homeopathic Remedies for Migraines

Migraine Headache is a pain that occur within the brain which is a result of specific physiologic changes. Some of its symptoms are: eye pain, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea or vomiting. Homeopathy has the best treatment for Headache & Migraine and Doctor Bhargava formulations are a result of techniques perfected over 100 years of practice. There are many options to cure migraine headache but homeopathy is the best natural remedy to get rid of this problem. If you are looking for the best Homeopathic Medicine for Headache & Migraine then Doctor Bhargava natural remedy provide you the best solution.



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Homeopathic Treatment for Headache & Migraine

Migraine is a neurological condition where people feel severe headaches accompanied by intense and continuous pain, mostly on one side of the head. With migraine, a person also feels nausea, numbness, vomiting, sensitivity to sound or light, etc. Migraine headache is sometimes triggered by hormonal changes in the body and certain food or drinks. A family history of migraine could be a reason. Migraine affects people differently, and it is more prevalent in women than men. Migraine affects one’s work or studies badly as it is sometimes impossible to focus and handle the headache. Migraine affects the quality of life affect negatively as severe migraine headache makes you feel numb, dizzy, and nauseous. Homeo medicine for migraine is effective in treating several medical conditions related to migraine headaches.

Headache & Migraine Causes and Symptoms

Migraine Headache, though it is difficult to identify the exact cause of headache, it is mostly related to genetic and environmental factors. Conditions like depression, bipolar disorder, or anxiety are the trigger of migraine headaches. Common causes are listed below

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Stress

  • Hunger

  • Fatigue

  • Perimenopause

  • Pregnancy

  • Contraceptive pills

Also, some factors that put you at more risk of getting into migraines are

Gender: Women are thrice more susceptible to having migraines than in comparison to men.

Age: People at a young age getting to their 30s has more chances of getting a migraine headache.

Family history / Genetics: A statistical survey with its data over the past years has concluded that a person with a family history of migraine has more chances of getting migraine in his or her life period so, genetics play an important role in the occurrence of migraine headache.

Hormonal changes:  Whenever there is a change in hormones in the body especially in women during their pregnancy, period, or when they are going through menopause, the chances of developing migraine is higher.

A migraine headache can be categorized in different phases, and some are described below with their common symptoms

PRODRUME PHASE: The first phase usually lasts for a few hours to 2 days. Common symptoms are mood swings, irritability or depression, stiffness in the neck or muscles, sensitivity to smells and light, problem focusing, difficulty in reading and speaking, difficulty sleeping or Yawning, nausea, fatigue, and increased urination.

AURA PHASE: The second phase usually lasts for a few minutes. Common symptoms are numbness and tingling, visual disturbances with blurry spots or lines, temporary loss of sight, blurred vision, zigzag lines in vision, weakness on one side of the body, changes in speech, and needle-like sensation in the head and nose region.

PAIN PHASE: The third phase lasts for a few hours to 3 days long. Common symptoms are headache on one or both sides of the head, neck pain, stiffness in the neck and back, depression, giddiness, anxiety, sensitivity to light, smell, and sound, Congestion in the nasal, and sleeplessness throughout the day, nausea and vomiting.

POSTDROME PHASE: The fourth phase lasts for a few days after the pain phase. Common symptoms are head feeling sore, weakness and not feeling refreshed, inability to concentrate or focus on anything, feeling of fatigue or strong happiness, excitement, and well-being.

How to Prevent Headache & Migraine

There is migraine treatment in homeopathy which can prevent Migraine Headaches and other possible ways. Below given are some of the tactics you can try how you can prevent migraine headaches by following preventive measures

  • Having a good sound sleep of a minimum of 8 to 9 hours is a must.

  • Maintain a record of foods and other things that trigger migraine to you, it could be different for others, and avoid having that food in your diet.

  • Drink enough water, eat regularly, and do not skip meals.

  • Regular exercise and maintain proper body mass index.

  • Stress control techniques such as meditation, yoga, and relaxation training.

  • Breathing exercises help control stress and anxiety.

  • Hormone therapy from a healthcare provider if migraine relates to the menstrual cycle.

Headache & Migraine Homeopathy Treatment

Headache and migraine are common diseases that are gripping almost everyone because of various reasons. Nevertheless, this can be treated with the best homeopathy medicine for migraine by Doctor Bhargava Migraine Homeopathic drops and Migin Tablets. These homeopathy medicines for migraine help treat migraine headaches as they are safe to consume without any side effects.

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