Yoga For Migraine

What is Migraine?

Migraine is a problem that has a serious impact on our health. In the, United States 39 million people and 1 billion people worldwide have migraine issue.  This make migraine is the illness in the 3rd most common diseases in the world. Migraine or headache is a neurological disease that is the main symptom of migraine which is usually an intense headache on one side of the head. The pain is usually a moderate or severe throbbing or pulling sensation that gets worse when you move and prevents you cannot work or perform normal daily activities during a migraine attack. Migraines most commonly affect people between the ages of 18 and 44. Although nowadays the problem of migraine is increasing in children too, that is because they mostly use the phone, due to which they start having this problem and due to the brightness or flashing light of the phone, the chances of migraine increase in them and many more. Due to excessive screen viewing, strong odors can also trigger migraine such as paint thinner, perfume or fragrance. This is something that can cause migraine in both children or adults. Those people who are suffering from migraine who take a lot of anxiety, depression and who have sleep problem but women get more problem of migraine because they take work stress and household stress all the time so that migraine is always in them. occurs at the extreme point and this also affects their health.
As we said earlier that migraine can happen to children also because they watch too much screen and listen to music at very high volume which causes migraine. Some research suggests that infant colic is associated with an increased risk of developing migraines as a child. Half of all people had their first migraine attack by age 12. If one parent has a migraine problem, a child has a 50% chance of having it, and in another case, if both parents suffer from migraines, then a child has an increased chance of 75% of having it. Because it is linked to the genetic sequence.

How do we treat Headaches and Migraines?

Migraine is a big problem due to which many people are getting affected by it, including children and also adults. Migraine is a neurological disease is something that affects the brain or nerves. If you have been suffering from migraine for many years and it is not going away, there are ways other than medication to help overcome your migraine pain. But there are also many surgeries that can be used to remove the problem of migraine like- Nerve decompression surgery which reduces pressure on the nerves to relieve in migraine pain. In turn, it could reduce other symptoms like- nausea, fatigue, loss of appetite, and dizziness.

Now you must be thinking that there is no natural way to get over the pain of this migraine. Then Yes, there is a natural way which help to reduce your migraine pain that is Yoga. It help to relieve your pain.


Viparita Karani

Viparita Karani (Legs Up the Wall Pose) is a Sanskrit term that refers to the ‘action of inverting’. Thus it is more of a general action rather than an asana and hence the name does not end with ‘asana’.

Setubandha Sarvangasana

Setubandha Sarvangasana is one of the basic backbend poses that prepares one for advanced backbend versions.

Viparita Dandasana

Viparita Dandasana is an inverted back-bending asana in the modern yoga style as well as included in flow yoga sequences. Doing this yoga keeps you fit both physically and mentally.


Halasana is a folded inversion, traditionally considered a finishing pose that may be practiced at the end of a yoga session. As a finishing pose, it helps prepare the body for relaxation, pranayama and meditation.

Adhomukha Swastikasana

Adhomukha Swastikasana is a gentle supported asana that incorporates yoga props to offer mental and physical relief.


Savasana, or shavasana is the Sanskrit name for an important restorative asana.

Salamba Sarvangasana

Salamba sarvangasana is an inversion asana that is often included at the end of a yoga practice in order to encourage cleansing blood flow and an inner sense of calm.

Janu Sirsasana

Janu sirsasana is a series of asymmetrical seated forward bends. From Sanskrit, janu means “knee," sirsa means “head” and asana means "pose."