Migraine is an ancient and formidable malady. It bothered such distinguished persons as Caesar
and Freud. It has assumed alarming proportions under modern conditions of living and is now
believed to afflict about 10 per cent of the world’s population.
Migraine can be defined as a paroxysmal affection, accompanied by severe headache, generally
on one side of the head and associated with disorders of the digestion, the liver and the vision. It
usually occurs when a person is under great mental tension or has suddenly got over that state.
Migraine is also known as "sick headache" because nausea and vomiting occasionally
accompany the excruciating pain which lasts for as long as three days. Migraine usually gives
warning before it strikes : black spots or a brilliant zig-zag line appears before the eyes or the
patient has blurring of vision or has part of his vision blanked out. When the headache occurs,
the patient may feel tingling, numbness, or weakness in an arm or leg.
Migraine sufferers have what is known as a "migrainous personality ". They are compulsive
workers and perfectionists, who feel that they have to do everything right away. When they
complete a task, they are suddenly laid down from a state of temporary tension to a feeling of
utmost relief. Then comes the migraine. It is a purely physiological process. The head and neck
muscles, reacting to continuous stress, become overworked. The tightened muscles squeeze
the arteries and reduce blood flow. When a person relaxes suddenly, the constricted muscles
expand, stretching the walls of the blood-vessel. With every heart beat, the blood being pushed
through this vessels expands them further and causes incredible pain.
When a headache strikes, one should stay on one’s feet in the daytime and do simple chores
which do not require too much concentration or walk, move around and get some fresh air.
The best remedy to prevent headaches is to build up physical resistance through proper
nutrition, exercise and constructive thinking. As a first step, the patient should undertake a short
fast. During the fast, citrus fruit juices, diluted with water may be taken six times daily. By taking
the load of digestion, the patient will at once save nervous energy which can be utilised for more
important purposes. The blood and lymph will also be relieved of a great burden. After a short
fast, the diet should be fixed in such a way as to put the least possible strain on the digestion.
Breakfast should consist of fruits, both fresh and dried. Lunch should consist largely of protein
foods. Starchy foods such as whole wheat bread, cereals, rice or potatoes should be taken at
dinner along with raw salads. Spices, tomatoes, sour buttermilk and oily foodstuffs should be
avoided. Drinking a glass of water ( warm water in winter and cool water in summer) mixed with
a teaspoonful of honey the first thing in the morning, is also a good remedy.
What We Give For Cure Migraine
There are certain water applications which help relieve headaches. Copious drinking of water
can help , as do the cleansing enema with water temperature at 98.6 o F, the hot foot bath, a
cold throat pack, frequent applications of towels wrung out from very hot water to the back of the
neck, a cold compress at 40 o to 60o F applied to the head and face or an alternate spinal
compress. Hot fomentations over the abdominal region just before retiring relieve headaches
due to stomach and liver upsets.
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