World Journal of
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*Dr. Akash Parashar and Dr. S. M. Pasha


Introduction: Migraine is characterized by periodic headache which is typically unilateral and associated with symptoms such as debilitating throbbing pain, nausea, vomiting, phonophobia, and temporary visual disturbances. These symptoms can be seen in Ardavabhedaka roga which is explained in Ayurvedic science. In contemporary medicine, it is treated by analgesics, which is not good for the body in long run, so there is a need to develop an Ayurvedic treatment protocol that will be viable to yield good result with less reoccurrence rate. Materials and Methods: A 34-year-old female subject approached OPD of SJIIM Bangalore, with complaints of half-side headache along with nausea, vomiting, photo and phonophobia since 2years. After assessment the subject was undertaken for treatment. Result: After 2 months of treatment and a 1 month follow up period, the subject got relief from symptoms and there was less reoccurrence rate. Conclusion: By the above study we can conclude that Ayurveda holds a pivotal role in treatment as well as in the preventional aspect of migraine.

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