According to "Handycap.de" about ten percent of the population suffers from migraine. In Germany, it is assumed that up to nine million people suffer from migraine, in Switzerland up to one million. Statistically speaking, women are affected about three times as often as men.
From an ayurvedic point of view, migraine is caused by malnutrition. Dry, cold and acidic food, excessive physical effort, high stress factors, trauma, tension, deep-seated aggression and other emotions can be the cause.
Assignment of the symptoms to the Doshas
Vata: high sensitivity to noise, flickering eyes, possible neurological deficits
Pitta: sensitivity to light, heartburn, burning sensation of heat
Kapha: nausea, vomiting, feeling of heaviness in head and body
Should be avoided
Foods such as millet, corn, chickpeas, sour fruits, tomatoes, hot spices, animal products, drinks containing caffeine, alcohol, fast food and food containing glutamate. As well as general irritations such as temperature, wind and direct sun
Clients of AMITYlife have already reported positive feedback on migraine attacks with exogenous ketones and ketosis, independently of the study by the University Hospital of Basel. Some of the seizures have disappeared completely or have proven to be less severe and less frequent. As a result, AMITYlife is currently conducting a survey of people seeking help itself. So help us to better understand the pitfalls of migraines.
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