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International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

2021, Vol. 5 Issue 1, Part F
A critical review on causation of migraine and its homoeopathic perspective
Author(s): Dr. Chakravarthy Srigiri, Dr. Jayashree Janagam, Dr. Neelima Mundanattu and Dr. Raja Hirams Chebrolu
Abstract:
Introduction: Migraine a commonest Neurological disorder that often causes one-sided Headache associated with Nausea, vomiting, Irritability, Photophobia, and Phonophobia. According to the International Classification of Headache disorders, there are primarily two types of Migraine basing on the presence or absence of Aura. The disorder is more frequent among Women than Men, and attacks occur as early as in childhood too. Many factors cause migraine such as Environmental factors, Physical factors, Food factors, etc. and most importantly the psychological factors play an important role. Homeopathy is popular for its successful cures in Migraine disorder for the last many decades. This work is an attempt on a critical review of various Causative factors of Migraine and the most indicated Homoeopathic Remedies against them.
Methodology: Common symptoms of the migraine cases were taken from various research articles, scientific literature, and the symptoms were repertorized in RADAR software using Synthesis Repertory and Murphy Repertory. The repertorization was done in 3 methods using all the Common symptoms of Migraine, Second only the causative factors of Migraine, and the third, using only Mind symptoms causing/associated with the attack.
Results: After Repertorizing the common symptoms of Migraine, Phos, Silicea, Bryonia, Lachesis, Ignatia as the top five remedies, the second method showed Phos, Ign, Nux. V, Chin as the top-scoring Remedies and Ignatia, Phos, Nat. m in the third method of Repertorization.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Chakravarthy Srigiri, Dr. Jayashree Janagam, Dr. Neelima Mundanattu, Dr. Raja Hirams Chebrolu. A critical review on causation of migraine and its homoeopathic perspective. Int J Hom Sci 2021;5(1):329-333. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2021.v5.i1f.332
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