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Care For Migraine

1. 2. 3. 4. GIRIDHARASANA KUMBHA RAJA SHEETALI PRANAYAMA SEETKARI PRANAYAMA

1. GRIDHARASANA
MATSYENDRIYA SAMHITA, VERSES 25-27 (More)

TECHNIQUE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Be seated in the padmasana and then place the elbows on toes Interlock the fingers Place the chin on the knuckles Press the thumbs against the throat Settle in this posture first for 60 seconds PADMASANA (for reference) GHERANDA SAMHITA, UPADESHA 2, VERSE 8 (More) IN PADMASANA, NEXT-

2. KUMBHA RAJA
KUMBHAKA PADDHATHI, VERSE 134 (More)

TECHNIQUE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Stay in Padmasana Inhale FORCEFULLY Hold the breath to the maximum capacity by closing the nostrils Exhale when you feel you cannot hold anymore Exhaling should be very soft, in a relaxed way Do this 21 times

IN GRIDHARASANA, NEXT-

3. SHEETHALI PRANAYAMA
GHERANDA SAMHITA, UPADESHA 5, VERSE 54 (More) TECHNIQUE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Sit comfortably with hands preferably in Chin mudra Close the eyes Protrude your tongue as much as possible Roll the sides of the tongue like a tube Now inhale through the tube formed by the tongue. You will feel coolness in the mouth while inhaling After inhaling, close your mouth For a moment hold the breath Exhale through both the nostrils Do this 21 times

IN GRIDHARASANA, NEXT-

4. SEETKARI PRANAYAMA
HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA, UPADESHA 2, VERSE 54 (More) TECHNIQUE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Sit in a comfortable pose and close your eyes with hands in Chin mudra Press the lower teeth with the upper teeth and open the lips comfortably Suck air through the gaps in between the teeth Be aware of the sound produced After inhaling close the mouth and exhale through the nose Do this 21 times

END OF KRIYA

Cure For Migraine


Steps to be followed: 1. 2. BHAGA ASANA VAMA GATI KUMBHAKA

3. 4.

UTKRANTI PRANAYAMA TRATAKA KUMBHAKA

1. BHAGA ASANA

YOGASANANAM, VERSES 23 & 24 (More)

TRANSLATION-cum-TECHNIQUE 1. 2. 3. Sit with left heel at the anus and right foot on the left thigh Close the eyes with index fingers, nose with middle fingers, and ears with thumbs Bring your awareness to the eye brow center

4. Meditate on the Master or Deity 5. Sit for 30 secs IN BHAGA ASANA, NEXT-

2. VAMA GATI KUMBHAKA

HATHA SANKETA CHANDRIKA, CHAPTER 10, VERSE 28 (More)

TRANSLATION-cum- TECHNIQUE 1. 2. Inhale through both the nostrils Hold the breath in an appropriate manner

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Exhale through both the nostrils

4. Do this 21 times IN BHAGA ASANA, NEXT-

3. UTKRANTI PRANAYAMA

HATHA TATTVA KAUMUDI, CHAPTER 53 (More)

TRANSLATION-cum-TECHNIQUE 1. 2. Inhale through the left nostril and inhale visualizing the atma travelling up along the spine. Hold as long as possible judiciously

3. Exhale when you can not hold any more 4. Do this 21 times IN BHAGA ASANA, NEXT-

4. THRAATAKA KUMBHAKA

JOGA PRADIPIKA, VERSES 491 - 493 (More)

TRANSLATION-cum- TECHNIQUE 1. 2. 3. 4. Pull your tongue upwards Inhale , Retain and Exhale through the nose Adopt all bandhas Do this 21 times

END OF KRIYA

Disease Description
Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by moderate to severe headaches, and nausea. It is about three times more common in women than in men.

The typical migraine headache is unilateral (affecting one half of the head) and pulsating in nature and lasting from two to 72 hours; symptoms include nausea, vomiting, photophobia (increased sensitivity to light) and phonophobia (increased sensitivity to sound); the symptoms are generally aggravated by routine activity.

Approximately one-third of people who suffer from migraine headaches perceive an auratransient visual, sensory, language, or motor disturbances signaling the migraine will soon occur. The severity of the pain, duration of the headache, and frequency of attacks is variable.

The underlying cause of migraines is unknown.[21] There are, however, many biological events that have been clinically associated with migraine. Migraines may be induced by triggers, with common triggers quoted are stress, hunger, and fatigue.