Experts Link Chronic Migraine To Jawbone Disorder. But Ayurveda Cure The Pain

  • Oct 07 , 2017

The last thing you want to start your day with is a migraine pain as it causes severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually which happens at one side of the head. People who suffer from migraine also reported suffering from nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound which varies with time. These attacks can cause a significant pain which can even last for hours and in worst cases even for days with the same intensity.

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The pain will not only hamper your daily routine but also your everyday activities as you will not be able to concentrate which often cause delusions. There are millions of people who have been suffering from the same condition but till now the exact reason is still unknown in the medical world as it is categorised as a neurological ailment.

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The pain doesn’t only happen in the head as most people also reports of experiencing physical discomfort in and around the areas close to the site of the pain like temples, eyes, face, and even the jaw. According to a recent study, migraine is also linked with the jawline disorder as the frequency of the migraine pain also influence the severity of a jawline disorder also known as temporomandibular disorder. These studies were conducted on the basis of previous studies which stated that the migraine pain influences the chewing muscles as the person might face difficulties in chewing and tension in the associated joints of the mouth.

In his book, The Complete Book of Ayurveda Remedies, Ayurveda expert Vasant Lad describes migraine as “frequently occurring when systemic pitta moves into the cardiovascular system, circulates and affects the blood vessels around the brain. The hot, sharp quality of pitta dilates the blood vessels and creates pressure on the nerves, causing this painful condition.”

Diet to beat migraine

Ayurveda has been around for decades and has the solution to overcome the severe pain of a migraine as hot and spicy foods should be avoided and one should include items that have inherent cooling properties. These food items will help you in relaxing the muscles and also sour and citrus food items should be avoided.

Morning remedy

Take a ripe banana; chop it into small pieces and mix well with 1 teaspoon of warm ghee, 1 tsp of date sugar and a pinch of cardamom. Have this delicious concoction the first thing in the morning to experience the difference in your condition.