2020, Vol. 4 Issue 3, Part E
Migraine and homoeopathic therapeutics
Author(s): Dr. Rajeev Saxena, Dr. Indra Gaurav Saxena and Dr. Deeksha Sailakwal
Migraine is one of the most misunderstood disease encountered in general medical practice. Migraine is a common, disabling, recurrent, hereditary neurovascular headache disorder. It usually strikes sufferers a few times per year in childhood and then progresses to a few times per week in adulthood, particularly in females. Attacks often begin with warning signs (prodromes) & aura whose origin is thought to involve the hypothalamus, brainstem, and cortex. Once the headache develops, it typically throbs, intensifies with an increase in intracranial pressure, and presents itself in association with nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light, noise & smell. This is an article about Migraine focusing on classification, etiology, clinical type and homoeopathic medicine.
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Dr. Rajeev Saxena, Dr. Indra Gaurav Saxena, Dr. Deeksha Sailakwal. Migraine and homoeopathic therapeutics. Int J Hom Sci 2020;4(3):298-301.