AN AYURVEDIC REVIEW OF ARDHAAVABHEDHAKA W.S.R. TO MIGRANE
Keywords:Migraine, Ardhaavabhedhaka, Tridosha, Ayurvedic Therapies
One of the most prevalent neurovascular debilitating illnesses seen in Shalakya clinic is migraine. Migraine is a paroxysmal headache disorder characterised by a fast onset and frequently unilateral severe headache. Migraine is known as Ardhaavabhedhaka in Ayurveda, and it is a severe health problem that affects persons between the ages of 30 and 50 .Recurrent headaches with or without aura characterise this common, chronic, and intermittently disabling disease. Before the onset, the patient notices black spots or a sparkling zigzag line in front of his eyes, or has blurred vision or part of his eyesight blanked out. It's also known as a "sick headache" since the intense pain can last up to three days and is accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Migraine discomfort can be relieved temporarily with NSAIDS analgesics, but the headache can return. Medicine dependence reduces the body's natural pain-relieving mechanism, and long-term use can harm the kidneys, liver, and other important organs. Ayurveda believes in curing sickness from the inside out. As a result, treatments focus on restoring balance to the digestive and neurological systems' vitiated Doshas.To establish a balanced physiology, eliminate triggering variables and prescribe doshic specific nutrition, stress management, herbal formulae, modification, Panchakarma, Kriyakalpa, and other holistic therapies
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