05:54 PM | 12-07-2021

What should be the diet in case of migraine?

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02:24 PM | 14-07-2021

Hello Simran,

Migraine is a condition in which the person experiences sharp shooting pain in a part of the head. Pains in the body indicate that there is an accumulation of toxins in the body which usually results due to a wrong lifestyle and high-fat diet. However, there are certain factors which may trigger migraine including -

  • Stress
  • Alcohol consumption 
  • Weather changes
  • Exertion
  • Certain medications 
  • Sleep changes
  • Hormonal changes

Diet to follow- 

  • Have cashews, sesame seeds, almonds, oats, nuts in your diet.
  • Boil the water, add a slice of ginger to it and some lemon drops. Drink this drink. This will help to decrease the severity of the migraine. 
  • Eat fresh, seasonal, and locally available fruits and vegetables. 
  • Drink green tea twice a day, one in the morning on an empty stomach and the other at night before sleeping. 
  • Avoid processed, packaged, preserved, and spicy foods.
  • Avoid dairy products and animal products. 


  • Perform ardha shirsha asana, parvata asana, gomukha asana, bhujanga asana. 
  • Do pranayam daily, specially anulom-vilom and bhastrika pranayam. 
  • Take sunrays early in the morning. 


Sleeping is very essential for a healthy body. So, take proper sleep of at least 7-8hours daily. Sleep early at night at around 10 pm and also wake up early in the morning at around 6 am. 

Thank you 

02:26 PM | 14-07-2021

Dear Simran,

We do understand that migraine is painful and a debilitating condition. We would like to draw your attention to Nature Cure's view on pain.

Nature Cure believes in the intelligence of the body and lays emphasis on understanding the root cause of symptoms/discomfort. Through pain, our body tries to tell us that something within is not right and needs support for taking corrective action. If we support the body by aligning our lifestyle to natural laws the body has the body automatically works towards getting in balance and hence pain-free.

Adopting a natural lifestyle will help you in reclaiming your health. You can explore our Natural Health Coaching Program that helps you in making the transition, step by step. We will guide you on a diet, sleep, exercise, stress, etc. to correct your existing routine & make it in line with Natural Laws. Many people have benefited from this program!

To begin with, you may want to explore the following resources to get some direction for dealing with your migraine pain:

Wishing you good health!

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