Migraine is a neurological syndrome characterized by severe headaches and nausea and/or vomiting and photophobia and phonophobia and appearing more frequently in women than in men. The typical migraine is one-sided, i.e., affecting half of the head and pulsating form whose duration can be extended from 4 to 72 hours.
Although of that unknown cause them to cause migraine, it is believed that there might be a disorder of serotonin control, specifically with the decrease of the level of serotonin, which leads to dilation and inflammation of the blood vessels. In addition, believed that the migraine could be hereditary, although triggers can be behavioural, environmental, infectious, dietary, hormonal and chemical.
Within this field, has been that homeopathy can cure migraines permanently, but all try to be a chronic disorder can take a few months of treatment for total healing. Even when the medication is correctly selected and working in the right direction, the headaches are not going to disappear at the time. Initially there will be a reduction in the severity and frequency of the headaches that will eventually culminate in the complete cure.
Then we will cite more useful homeopathic remedies in the treatment of various manifestations which can take migraine:
- Natrum muriaticum: migraines (often on the right side) that worsen by suffer sorrow or emotional disorders, excessive sun, or occur just before or after the menstrual period, are likely to respond to this remedy. The headache feels like thousands of little hammers beat the brain, and is often worse with eyestrain. You may have feelings of numbness or tingling in the lips or face before the start of the headache, and the eyes are very sensitive to light.
- Sanguinaria: Migraine headache on the right side with tension in the neck and shoulder, stretching to the front with a sensation of pain that breaks in the eye, often is relieved by this remedy. Shake, light and noise aggravate discomfort. The headaches improve after vomiting, as well as with the burps and gas, and also often improves after sleep. People who need this remedy with Bloodroot is someone who usually suffer migraines after skipping any meal, and also has digestive problems and allergies.
- Sepia Officinalis: Migraine headaches on the left side with dizziness and nausea, which worsen when missing some meals, or menstrual periods are approaching or during menopause, often respond to this remedy. The pain can come from shocks or jolts, and the person feels worse when lying down on the painful side. Indicated for treatment with Sepia people are those who feel tired, have cold and irritability, don’t want anyone to disturb them.
- Silicea (or silica): migraines that burst after mental exertion or near menstruation may indicate the need for this resource, particularly in a nervous person. Headaches usually appear on the right side, from the back of the head and extends to the front, and get worse by currents of air or go outdoors without a hat.
- Spigelia: For strong headaches on the left side of the head, with violent heartbeat.
- Belladonna: Migraines that start at the top of the neck or the back of the skull and extends to the forehead and Temple (especially on the right) may indicate the need for this remedy. The pain can be throbbing or pounding, and worse by a shake, light and noise. Headaches often begin at the end of the morning or when begins the evening, and can escalate around 15:00. The face may be flushed, and the skin feels hot, although the feet and hands are often cold. Pupils can dilate with sensitivity to light, and the person may feel delirious or drowsy.
- Calcarea carbonica: headaches are caused by excessive cold or heat or by the abuse of food or drink. It usually occurs in people strong, pale and sweaty. It’s a throbbing pain in the right temple which is aggravated by the luza and improves to lie down and close your eyes.
There are many ailments that can be benefited by homeopathy and migraine on one of them. Is your case one of them? Have you used homeopathy to relieve your headache at some point? Tell us about your own experience.