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How can be migraine treated permanently ?

I am 57 years old male suffering from migraine head ache. I can not use any oil on my head. Then the head ache will be increased. I have been regularly using flunarazine for the last one year. Still if I use oil on my head I will have head ache. Even MIgranil does not cure the headache as i used it for a few days. Will you suggest a remedy
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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You need to be on long term therapy with good medicine like Propranolol tablet which the Doctor will give after you are examined properly. Avoid stressful situations, bright lights, loud sounds, do Yoga, deep breathing exercises to relax, avoid coffee, chocolate, smoking, alcohol as they increase migraine headache and prevent relief. Consult a Doctor as soon as possible for proper prophylactic therapy to prevent further attacks and to get good medication like Sumatriptan which will abort a mibraine attack very effectively, Migranil can be dangerous if taken everytime for headache.
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hi welcome to health care have to try homoeopathy for migraine headache because it gives long time to cure but cure go to any good homoeopath give complete history.mean while you take drawn Q Inhel whenever you required.also avoid strong smell.


Answered: Fri, 8 Jul 2011
Psychiatrist Dr. Keerthish Shetty's  Response
Headache is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed condition. Migraine is a very specific condition in which there will be severe headache (usually on one side only) and is associated with nausea, vomiting and visual problems. Apart from these, there will be intolerance to bright light and noise. There may be family history of similar problem.

There are many ways to treat migraine (both to abort the headaches as well as prevent them). Consult a psychiatrist/neurologist for detailed evaluation after which a suitable medicine can be started.

Most importantly, one should not forget the role of lifestyle modification in the management of migraine. Regular sleep and eating habits, avoidance of tea/coffee/chocolates and minimising stress are some of the factors which should also be addressed.
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