The patient experienced pain in the eye, face, neck and experienced severe and frequent acute headaches. In addition, he had nasal congestion, sensitivity to light and nausea. The patient has been suffering from the symptoms for over 3 years. He had tried various therapies with not much relief. Adding nausea to his chronic headache, he would also experience the feeling of irritation.
I planned his/ style=”text-decoration:none;”>Ayurveda treatment for acute migraine headaches, along with Yoga and diet therapy treatment for 21 days with strict diet adherence and medication for 4 months with 4 week follow-up. He was suggested with the following Ayurveda and Yoga regimen for 14 to 21 days.
Migraine Treatment in Ayurveda Medicine as Prescribed
Shirodhara (Shirodhara is a form of Ayurveda therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead )
Nasya (medicated oil)
The patients symptoms subsided and showed significant improvement.