Specialities & Research
Migraine

Migraines and cluster headaches are known as vascular headaches, caused by the dilation of the blood vessels. Migraines are usually accompanied by nausea; sometimes the vision is affected (fuzzy colored lights, numbness in the body, hyper-sensitivity on the skin as well as unpleasant odors. Migraine headaches usually represent some form of anger; triggers for these attacks include PMS (premenstrual syndrome) drugs, fatigue, stress, birth control pills and fasting.

MIGRAINES are a special category of headaches. The triggers include fatigue, emotional disorders, insomnia and allergies. ‘Tension’ headaches could also be caused by improper ventilation, anxiety, depression, overwork, or worry. The mental themes associated with migraine are : – Control, pressure, seriousness, perfectionism. Over-committing yourself. Great need for love and approval. Ignoring your own needs. Putting other people before yourself. Extreme worry, guilt and anxiety. Conflict with self and other people. Self-punishment. Feeling angry and annoyed with others.

The Freedom iClinics Approach

Migraine Headaches are not only physical manifestations. It is a deep rooted psycho somatic disorder.

Migraines, on the physical plane, are usually caused by a lack of oxygen reaching the brain. Symbolically, this can be seen as the life-giving energy being withdrawn from our control centre, so we do not have to deal with the commands, but can ignore our reality and the demands made on us.

The victim is usually one who cannot cope with the demands of life - the frustration of unfulfilled plans, an overload of information and an inability to integrate it, leading to repressed rage. There is also a sense of something that has to be achieved or done, that is being asked of us, and the fear or resistance connected to the inability to fulfill that demand. A goal has to be reached, and the thought if it creates pain.

The reasons are deep rooted in our psyche - a very introverted personality? a deep feeling of incompetence? or the inability to live up to demands?

A migraine is also a way of take time out, and of getting extra love and attention. This is especially so with children who may be lacking in love, or who are having the attention they need replaced with sweet foods (sugar can be a physical trigger factor for a migraine.

Aims of Migraine Management :
  • Holistic approach - Physical, mental and spiritual harmony
  • Withdrawal of ‘Pain’ drugs
  • Identifying and Eradicating the root cause
  • Living a life free of headaches
  • Manage ones life challenges competently
Therapeutic Protocol

A unique combination of Medicines (Homoeopathy, Flower remedies), Special Mind Therapy, Acupuncture and Life style advices are employed to effectively treat and cure patients of Migraine.