• Migraine Definition


The word "migraine" derives from the Greek word-"hemicrania"- meaning pain on one side of the head.

Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder in which the patient suffers from recurrent moderate to severe headaches accompanied with other symptoms of autonomic nervous system.

This type of headache has intense throbbing and pulsation at one side of the head associated with nausea and vomiting. The person is extremely sensitive to light and sound which can last for hours to days. Many people often find relief after vomiting.

30% of the people have an aura prior to migraine headache which is characterized by transient visual, sensory, language, or motor disturbances.

Timely and regular homeopathic treatment with simple lifestyle alterations can reduce both, the frequency and severity of the disease, and proves to be a much healthier option for people.