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Migrain

Migraine headache can be named as vascular headache where the blood vessels dilates due to so many factors and the widening of blood vessels stretches the nerves that coil around it and causes the nerve fibers to release some chemicals. The chemicals cause inflammation, pain, and further enlargement of the artery. The increasing enlargement of the arteries magnifies the pain.

There causative factors are still unknown but still some factors could be the cause of migraine headache. Among them high stress, hyper acidity, exposure to sun heat, sleep disturbances, cigarette smoke, chocolate, hormone, alcohol, caffeine are some major factors.
The sign and symptoms are varying person to person. Some people feel head ache on one side and some all over the head. Nausea and vomiting is often associated with migraine headache. The person likes to stay in dark place. The light or sun heat increases the pain and that’s why the person desire to stay in a dark place. The pain is throbbing type of pain and some people experiences of dimness of vision during head ache.

Homeopathy in migraine headache

Homeopathy treats the migraine very successfully. Homeopathy treatments based upon the symptoms. Taking the totality of symptoms if treated with constitutional way of homeopathy treatment then migraine will be cured completely and permanently. Once cured it is not going to be reappear. But still it is required to improve your life style. The homeopathic treatment is very safe and drug side effects free and holistic in nature. It not only cures the migraine headache but also improves the other health condition to make the person healthy as a whole. There are many homeopathy medicines which are generally used for migraine head ache. But it is not advisable to take any homeopathy medicines without the supervision of any qualified homeopath.

 
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