Ayurvedic Migraine treatment in Delhi

Ayurvedic Migraine treatment in Delhi

Migraine Treatment in Delhi
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We all know this term Migraine which associates to headache. Sometimes, it can be intense and slow. It can occur at any stage whether it is childhood or adulthood. Family history also increases a risk factor. It occurs on the sides of the head and sometimes it is very sharp and can affect your daily life routine too. SKK Ayurveda And Panchkarma, one of the best Migraine Treatment Clinic in Delhi, India, provides natural treatment for all types of Migraine. The symptoms can vary from person to person.


  • Abdominal Pain
  • Loss Of Appetite
  • Sensations Of Being Very Warm Or Cold
  • Paleness
  • Vomiting
  • Stomach Upset
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Severe Pain
  • Blurred Vision
  • Nausea

Ayurveda View

In Ayurveda, migraine is very similar to "Anantavaata", a vata dosha disorder. There is another condition described in Ayurveda, the "Ardhavabhedak". However, ardhavabhedak only refers to the one-sided headache and does not encompass migraine completely.


According to Ayurvedic principles, migraine is a tridosha disorder,Out of the three doshas, Vata and pitta dosha are the prominent factors. Vata controls the nervous system and brain activity and it is the imbalance of this Vata that causes the diseases. Vata imbalance arises due to improper metabolism, poor elimination, mental and physical stress, viewing of TV for long periods, reading with insufficient light, sleeplessness, etc.


In this process, whatever we give to the patients in the large doses, is being given in smaller doses. The same medicaments are given to the patients when they are hungry. The whole crux is to pacify the doshas instead of expelling them.


Nadi Shodhan Pranayama helps cleanse the nadis and improve the flow of prana, relieving tension and headaches and leaving you healthy and glowing. Ultimately, you get a relief from Migraine.


  • Orange, yellow, and green vegetables, such as summer squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, and spinach.
  • Carbonated, spring, or tap water.
  • Rice, especially brown rice.
  • Dried or cooked fruits, particularly non-citrus kinds such as cherries and cranberries.
  • Natural sweeteners or flavors, such as maple syrup and vanilla extract.

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