“This constant pressure in my head is excruciating.” “I can’t concentrate anymore.” “This pain takes away my zest for life.”
This or a similar experience is what people report of their frequently occurring pain.
In this situation, a person has difficulty thinking clearly for hours on end. Each kind of headache has an agonizing effect on one’s life. Tension headache is experienced as a pulling upwards from the neck to the head. A stabbing pain can occur in the temples or in the forehead. Tension in the shoulder and neck area is often a concurrent symptom. A migraine headache is capable of confining people to their bed with excruciating pain, mostly on one side of the head and is often accompanied by sensitivity to light, nausea or even vomiting. Taking a pill is often inescapable.
What is the Vedic medicine point of view on headache and migraine?