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According to a 2019 study, pregnant women with migraine attacks have an increased risk of certain complications, including: having high blood pressure while pregnan. It also showed that these women experienced fewer and less severe migraines during pregnancy. Comparatively, migraine without aura can begin during pregnancy in up to 10% of women, research indicated. In about 8% of women, migraines become worse during pregnancy.

Also, research revealed that roughly 25% of women who experience migraines. Causes of Migraine Headaches Exactly what causes migraine headaches isn’t known. But migraines appear to involve changes in nerve pathways, neurochemicals, and blood flow in the.

A pattern should emerge that will indicate the cause or causes of the migraines. You can then remove these factors from your life. You should continue to complete your diary, recording the improvements and celebrating your success.

Migraines During Pregnancy When To Worry. Although doctors generally advise pregnant women to avoid medications when possible, two-thirds of women take medications during pregnancy, and 50% take them during the first trimester. When a pregnant woman does get a migraine, there are as-needed medications that are considered likely to be safe. These include metoclopramide, diphenhydramine, caffeine, cyproheptadine, and acetaminophen.

However, even acetaminophen. Most migraine headaches during pregnancy are a nuisance, but not an emergency. However, you should seek medical attention right away if you develop a migraine that doesn’t get better with treatment or is accompanied by other symptoms, such as fever or blurred vision. For women with new onset of headache during pregnancy or postpartum, a diagnostic evaluation is indicated and should include evaluation for pregnancy-related causes of headache.

Preeclampsia with severe features always needs to be excluded in pregnant women over 20 weeks of gestation who have a headache. Migraines or other headaches occur during pregnancy for the same reasons they occur in most people, as a result of fatigue, tension, or change in eating patterns. In addition, changes in.

Normal headaches are usually caused by dehydration, muscle tension, nerve pain, fever, caffeine withdrawal, drinking alcohol, or eating certain foods. They may also happen as.

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If a woman has been taking preventive medication for her migraines, such as propranolol, amitriptyline, topiramate or valproic acid, and unexpectedly becomes pregnant she should stop her medication since there is a high likelihood that her migraines will improve on their own.

“Management of Common Problems in Obstetrics and Gynecology” by T. Murphy Goodwin, Martin N. Montoro, Laila Muderspach, Richard Paulson, Subir Roy
from Management of Common Problems in Obstetrics and Gynecology
by T. Murphy Goodwin, Martin N. Montoro, et. al.
Wiley, 2010

Migraine, however, may remain unchanged during pregnancy in 5 to 30% of migraine sufferers.

“Migraine in Women” by Elizabeth Loder, Dawn A. Marcus
from Migraine in Women
by Elizabeth Loder, Dawn A. Marcus
BC Decker, 2004

The dramatic hormonal shifts in pregnancy—more than one hundred—fold increase over menstrual cycle levels—affect migraine headache patterns: Some women develop migraines for the first time during pregnancy, others report relief of prepregnancy migraines.

“Screaming to be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect... and Doctors Still Ignore” by D. Lee D. Vliet
from Screaming to be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect… and Doctors Still Ignore
by D. Lee D. Vliet
M. Evans, 2005

If migraines are frequent and disabling then propranolol can be used in pregnancy.

“Neurology: A Queen Square Textbook” by Charles Clarke, Robin Howard, Martin Rossor, Simon Shorvon
from Neurology: A Queen Square Textbook
by Charles Clarke, Robin Howard, et. al.
Wiley, 2016

Pregnancy was reported to induce, improve, worsen, or cause no change in migraine.62 With more detailed investigation, the relationship between migraine and pregnancy seems dependent on the stage of pregnancy, particularly as it relates to the postpartum period.

“Women and Health” by Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode
from Women and Health
by Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode
Elsevier Science, 2012

Although approximately 70% of women experience improvement or remission of migraine symptoms during pregnancy, the attacks can either remain unchanged or worsen.

“Neurology in Clinical Practice” by Robert B. Daroff, Gerald M Fenichel, Joseph Jankovic, John C Mazziotta
from Neurology in Clinical Practice
by Robert B. Daroff, Gerald M Fenichel, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Chancellor AM, Wroe SJ, Cull RE: Migraine occurring for the first time in pregnancy.

“Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book” by Steven G. Gabbe, Jennifer R. Niebyl, Henry L Galan, Eric R. M. Jauniaux, Mark B Landon, Joe Leigh Simpson, Deborah A Driscoll
from Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book
by Steven G. Gabbe, Jennifer R. Niebyl, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

During pregnancy, about 25% of women with migraine do not experience any change in their migraines.

“Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review: Clinical Neurology for Initial Certification and MOC” by Kelly Flemming, Lyell Jones
from Mayo Clinic Neurology Board Review: Clinical Neurology for Initial Certification and MOC
by Kelly Flemming, Lyell Jones
Oxford University Press, 2015

Facchinetti F, Allais G, Nappi RE, et al. (2009) Migraine is a risk factor of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy: A prospective cohort study.

“Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences” by Robert B. Daroff, Michael J. Aminoff
from Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences
by Robert B. Daroff, Michael J. Aminoff
Elsevier Science, 2014

Fortunately, the frequency of migraine attacks decreases during pregnancy, thus lessening the need for any medication (8–10).

“Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Reference Guide to Fetal and Neonatal Risk” by Gerald G. Briggs, Roger K. Freeman, Sumner J. Yaffe
from Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Reference Guide to Fetal and Neonatal Risk
by Gerald G. Briggs, Roger K. Freeman, Sumner J. Yaffe
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008

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  • This is a great video, I have been doing yoga every day for almost two years now thanks to you and it has helped regulate all manner of things! If I could make one request it would be for a migraine practice that could be done in bed, when my head is very bad even moving out of my bed is tough. I adjusted this one a bit so I could do it in my bed but it would be great to have one specifically for that. Thannks for everything yours do!

  • Hi Adriene, this really helped with my recovery from a head injury and for the first time in days, I relaxed and felt like I was healing. Thank you. X

  • Adriene I don’t know if you will ever read this but just wanted to say thank you. I get horrible migraines to the point that it makes me feel nauseous. I had one for hours this evening and could not get rid of it even with pain killers. I looked to see if you had made a video for migraines and decide to follow this one. I just finished it and my headache is gone. It normally hurts so much that even putting my head against my pillow hurts. I’m so happy this has worked I could cry. I will now get in bed and follow one your meditations. Thank you ����

  • Thank you Adrien for this remedy. I’ve been suffering from chronic migraine with classic symptoms since my teens and have found no remedy. Some pranayamas helped me to some extent but l still get them atleast once in a fortnight. These exercises helped me a lot. Thank you ��

  • hi mam im 15 weeks pregnent women. i have migrain headch since last week. pls suggest me how to rid.it is any serious isue for me plsss mam suggest me wat can i do

  • I only got two hours of sleep and woke up with a bad migraine, just like last night too, and have to start college in a few hours. I’ve suffered from migraines for years and this was my first time trying yoga, and it felt very relaxing and refreshing. I think it was probably brought on by stress, and following this video helped to ease my pain greatly. Thank you very much.

  • interesting points,if anyone else is searching for home remedies for migraines try Elumpa Migraine Remedy Alchemist (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my co-worker got cool success with it.

  • Hi! just want to let you know I found your channel by chance about a week ago when researching about Natural Remedies for Managing Migraine.Prior to finding your videos none of the videos from other channels were really answering my question. I found your video to be honest and helpful and watched some of your other videos too which covers what I wanted to know.

    -NaturalWayTV

  • Excellent Video clip! Apologies for butting in, I would appreciate your opinion. Have you ever tried Roanayla Aries Apocarpous (probably on Google)? It is a good one of a kind product for discovering natural health remedies minus the hard work. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my m8 after many years got cool results with it.

  • You have given many good home remedies to avoid this problem. I too had this problem and I started my treatment with Planet Ayurveda. Now I am fine. So, if anyone is facing such kind of problem or any other health-related problem. You should go to Planet Ayurveda.

  • I can’t even start to tell you how lucky I feel for finding this channel! I was never into moving my body, always either chubby and out of shape, or slim and out of shape, and during covid I decided to start taking care of my body and started with your “yoga for complete beginners” vid for a week just like you said, transitioned to 30 days of yoga challenge and haven’t missed a single day of practice for the first time in my life! today I woke up with a terrible migraine, suffered through work and thought I might skip a practice for today…. I don’t know if it was the weird feeling of disappointing you (lol!) or just feeling something was missing, but I felt I need the mat and your soothing voice today more than ever! and then I found this video… this was an amazing half hour and I feel so healthy and refreshed! thank you so much <3

  • Another use that I am doing right now is a colloidal silver/EO nasal spray. I am using a steam pot on the stove, that nasal spray and peppermint oil topical on tension spots. I have learned to seek them out and find them. They are surprisingly in odd areas.

  • I had awful migraine and remembered you have a yoga for it. I pressed play and was very comfortable until my little kitten attacked me and started biting my butt �� then she moved to my fingers and toes. �� Thank you Adrienne, you have helped me so much mentally and physically by teaching yoga. I’m so grateful. Love from Finland ��

  • Hey I’ve got a friend that suffers from migraines and I just wanted to know, from those who suffer from them, how much this helps? I always feel terrible when she has them because I can’t do much to help!

  • Here I am, agaaain!:D Today I woke up with this headache and this pain behind my eyes. I had tried out this video before and it worked so I came here again. Although I had a headache and it sucks, I was looking forward to doing this video simply because it just feels so good! To take this time to take care of myself and be gentle with myself, listen and really feel my body, calming my mind, connecting to the Earth… After this practice I feel so calm, so present in the moment, so loving, so… myself! I don’t even have enough words to describe what this practice makes me feel and how beneficial it has been for me. Thank you again, Yoga With Adriene, for sharing all of this magic with us for free! You rock!

  • So Idiot I am that I was born in the nation where yoga was born and I never did it.
    Lesson learntNever forget your roots and your origins.

    Taking about the technique well it helps but doesn’t long last.

    What yoga means isn’t fancy poses or the breathing skills.

    Yoga means living the life of a yogi( a enlightened human)

    So do learn about including yoga in your life.
    Living a yogi life by including healthy lifestyle and practices.

    Migrane headaches are hard especially if you have bigger dreams.

    I just pray for my fellow brothers and sisters having this same illness as mine but I hope you do better and get better.

    Hitesh Singh Chandravanshi

  • Thanks for this video. I’ve never thought yoga to try before for a migrane. Just wondered where the ‘other info&advice for managing migraines’ would be that Adriane talks about at the end? Keen to holistically take this further. Many thanks x

  • Man I hate migraines/headaches, suffered as a child with them. Now I’m a healer who has a 90% success rate for treating them. No products/drugs. 30 days or less. Seriously, worth a quick 20 min call to see if I can help you become migraine free!

  • Thank you. After several days of migraine for the first time in several years, it was so consoling when you said “I am so sorry that you have a headache.” It gave me temporary relief and I will be able to sleep. Thank you.

  • I get migraines easily and I know there are many factors as to why. This did help relieve the pressure, although I’ve had it all day so it hasn’t vanished. Most times over the counter meds like Ibuprofen or Tylenol don’t work either. I’m trying to incorporate more yoga and especially essential oils like lavender and peppermint oil. Thank you, I’ll definitely reference this video often!

  • Hi Adriene, thank you so much for this practice �� As someone who has now lived with chronic migraine for years now, I really appreciated the gentle approach and thoughtfulness that has gone into this video. These days I try all the natural techniques I can to either help stay away from, or when bad, supplement medication, but have found yoga, aromatherapy and just being kinder to myself has really helped, especially since March. Also a fan of lavender and peppermint, I have some mixed with organic almond oil in a small roller bottle ��

  • I’ve had a migraine for last 3 days easing and worsening and this morning it was at its worst and this video helped so much. Thank you, Adriene, I’m so grateful for all your videos!:)

  • My headache grew a pulse last night scary stuff lm going to remove my contact lenses to see if that will give me some sort of relief. Sick of this headache

  • This was wonderful, felt so good during my migraine. My only request is to hold everything a bit longer. Each pose felt so good I wanted to spend more time there. I’m horrible at remembering routines or I’d say I could do it on my own my own way. �� Also, maybe point out not to put the essential oil part of your eye covering on your eyes. Some tears leaked out and then I had peppermint in my eyes. Not all of us are experienced with these things. Thank you Adrienne, your videos are always wonderful I’ve been doing them for years!

  • Warning: there is a loud ad for some ninja warrior show right in the middle of the session and an add talking about v-jays right at the end. I’m all for Adrienne getting paid, but these ads don’t help the headache:(

  • You know you have done yoga with Adriene a lot when your hands go to your lower belly before you’re asked to do it. <3 This channel should be called Miracles by Adriene. <3 <3

  • I’ve always had chronic migraines and now that I switched my birth control I’m getting them intensely every day for a few days and this is the first day I’ve felt better in no time thanks to you! I just wish I had some peppermint oil!!

  • Does Sinuzolax Miracle (do a google search) help me eliminated my sinus infection problem for good with healthy ways? I notice lots of people keep on talking about this popular sinusitis home remedy.

  • Hi Adriene just wanted to say thank you so much for creating this video. I have suffered with chronic migraines for years and have recently decided to come off my medication in favour of mindfulness practice. Your videos have me cope so much better with the migraines. I tried this particular video for the first time tonight and my symptoms have drastically reduced. Thank you x

  • För the last weeks you pushed and helped me to be better. Today I woke up with my migraine, first time in a year. I committed to do yoga with you every day so I just searched Adrienne and migraine. Of course you had a video. I love you so much for making me braver and more aware of myself, of others. But omg I love you so so much for being a blanket when I need it. Like some already said in the comment field, when you said I’m so sorry you have headache, it was the best I could be told. I started the practice hardly being able to sit and had to pause and lay down in between, now I can sit up and type this. Thank you for being there and here, pushing and catching ❤️

  • Your compassion alone is so healing. I was honestly skeptical going into this. I thought I would feel relaxed, which is why I did it, but I had almost complete relief. It’s so much more than the asanas. Thank you for sharing your love with us. (Also, just wondering which mist from Little Moon you were using here? Thank you!) love & light!

  • A beautifully compassionate, nurturing and understanding practice. Even the different tone of your voice to other practices. And of course Benji always provides that extra touch! Loved this video thank you.

  • I enjoy your yoga videos and I already loved you but then I found this video. I have had migraines my whole life and I searched for yoga for migraines not know what I would find and this video (of course it was you) popped up and saved my day. I truly appreciate you. Thank you

  • Hello, when ever I see any mirgraine case I always want to say a special thanks to Dr.Osemuahu for helping me get cured from Migraine, and chicken pox i was tested Positive 5 months ago, I contacted him base on the testimonies I’m seeing about him on the internet, I was cured too by him, he can help you, these is my little way of appreciation by spreading my happiness… And he’s able to help you in getting rid of any kind of decease that’s affecting you….. let me know if your need his info

  • This migraine practice always bring me to tears. Thank you for creating a space of relief, gentleness, and self-care. -chronic migraine sufferer

  • Hello Adrienne. I was have been having such bad migraines this week. I finally decided I need a lifestyle change as I do not want to go back to medication. I tried out this routine today and I kid you not, but I seriously felt so much better by the end of it. I felt less pain and pressure in my head. This is amazing. I am definitely going to try to add this to my daily routine. Or do you have shorter videos?

  • Thank you so much for your amazing videos. I don’t like to reply on medicines, but I used to take pain killer if my headache didn’t go away before leaving for work. This video magically got rid of my headache!! I’ve tried your neck& shoulder pain relief and it worked too. I’m Japanese and it makes me want to spread your amazing yoga videos in Japan!!! ������������

  • I’m trying to come off my preventative migraine medications for chronic migraine right now (side effects suck) and 1 week in I’ve had near-constant low-grade headaches and woke up with a killer migraine today. While it isn’t 100% gone now, I don’t feel like I’m going to have to take my usual 1-4 days to recover or meds that will knock me out to get over it now! The pain went down from an 8 to about a 3. I can definitely manage that <3 Thank you for this! Most yoga poses I've tried before were useless once a migraine had started. I'll be saving this video for sure! #ThankYou

  • I’m so grateful for this video but I wish you didn’t put an ad 2/3 into the video (usually too loud for someone with a migraine) ❤️

  • thankyou adriene! I’m wondering if you did link any other supplements/ideas you would recommend for migraine/headaches somewhere in the description that I cant see? thanks

  • I have never practiced yoga before and I would imagine I wasn’t doing it correctly. I needed some relief because I have had chronic daily migraines since May. I would like to try this a few times because I have some relief.

  • Thank you so much Adrienne it’s been a month I started this yoga session and it’s great I am a migraine sufferer from last 5 6 years I tried everything but thanks to you I almost got reliefed thank you once again love you.. Lots of love from India

  • I get migraines when I don’t drink caffeine, but I’ve weened myself off of caffeine slowly over the course of a year, so when I do get one I can take a larger dose of caffeine to alleviate it, plus aspirin and acetaminophen, plus cold packs around the eyes and back of the neck…I once tried to quit caffeine for good and it triggered a 2 day migraine, my 1st one, had no idea how to get rid of it, for a half a day I had to lock myself in a bathroom, lights off, in cool water and just had my face peaking out, I had been consuming about a quart of coffee per day then. Unfortunately I’m allergic to most of the essential oils listed here…skin rash. Still looking for a way to not have them at all…22 years with migraines.

  • The idea of using an essential oil is crazy to me. Smells and fragrance, whether a pure essential oil, or not is a trigger for me. I used to use essential oils for relaxation but as I’ve developed chronic daily migraine, essential oils are a trigger. This information is not for everyone!

  • Thank you for your gentle practice. The kindness you radiate reminds me that I should give that same energy to myself and those around me <3

  • Hi Adriene, thanks you so much for this relaxing and calming video. I know it’s been a while since you’ve posted it but I love it.
    I’ve been suffering from chronic migraine for years. This is the first time I’m trying yoga while having migraine and my body feel so relaxed.
    Thanks you so much for this relaxing and easy practice.
    ��

  • Thanks Adriene as usual your video was therapeutic. I have gone back to work and wear a visor most of the day I find at the end of the day it feels like I have still got it on and I have a tension headache it hasn’t totally gone but it definitely helped.

  • Day 1: I was suffering from severe migraine attack which wouldnt go away with simple OTC meds. The stabbing pain in my head and the throbbing sensation when I laid down on my bed or stood up was too much to bear. Thank you for this video. It helped me lower the pain to quite a tolerable state. ��

  • You’re a life savior. I am suffering from chronic migraines since 2010. I did this technique in 2018 and I got so much relief i can’t tell you. Since then i didn’t got a single migraine attack. Recently 2 days before I was watching a reality show of an Indian Yoga Guru, there he was telling to cure migraines by acupressure. I tried that and you don’t believe it triggered my migraine again. I was very disturbed since then. Today i watched your video again and did your technique again. I got good relief. I will do this again till my migraine doesn’t get cured. Thanks a lot Adriene.

  • Hi Just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. I had a migraine yesterday for the 2nd consecutive day I found your video and I was able to go back to sleep. Most important I did not need my medication. Mahalo nui loa������

  • I am 6 month prevent..now I feel very bad headache and I have sore throat too..I can not any work and give attention anything..I feel much headache..it is cold now..I take hot water every time..what can I do now??pls ans me

  • I’ve only recently started trying yoga and have been using your videos almost every day for about 4 weeks now. They’ve helped me feel calmer through this crazy time but also just tried this practice out as I have suffered from migraines for so many years. I used fresh lavender from my garden, crushed into some paper towel and tucked into a scarf over my eyes. I feel so calm now and much lighter and hope that in time, yoga will help relieve and prevent these migraine attacks. Thank you Adriene x

  • thank u so much. ive had a head ache for a few days now non stop and this was the first 20 min in a long time with minimal to zero pain. Thank u thank u thank. Ur kind words too throughout the practice help so much.

  • Thank you so much for your video. I’ve been having tension headaches and thia helps me to divert my attention to the present. Thank you and more power.

  • I was having a bad migrane today and this video is a saviour. Thank you so much. But i couldn’t do the alternate nostril breathing properly because my right nostril is blocked.

    Relieved from the headache and I don’t know why i cried at last.

  • She knows her stuff i would like to see a video on the true side effects of the botox treatments and the differences between aimavig, emgality, and ajovy and their side effects now that they have been in use awhile

  • I don’t know whether I am suffering from migraine or not but from last 10-15 days i am trying to change myself from inside out quiting all the bad things which I use to do so from last one week I am having continuous headache so Ive tried this out and ya it works I swear and believe me or not it feels so soothing that I do this twice a day and ya I am feeling quite normal and happy so thank u Adrienne I don’t know how to thank u but u truly is a blessed soul and hope u always make such NYC videos ��

  • All I’ve wanted today is to sleep off my migraine but am too tense to be able to sleep. This relaxed me and relieved the nausea, thank you so much:)

  • I can’t tell you how much I enjoy your videos, sweet Adriene. I have suffered from migraines since childhood and much too reliant on the ‘triptans. This video helped, and I don’t know why I didn’t think to lower the brightness on my computer screen!! Thanks for the tip:-)

  • Grateful to return to this video today. It really gave me a physical and emotional feeling of relief and acknowledging how I felt.

  • I can’t thank you enough. I was suffering from a terrible headache 20 mins ago so I immediately started doing this. I feel so much better now! ❤️

  • What is the best product or brand to cures your sinus naturally? I read plenty of great reviews on the net about how exactly Sinuzolax Miracle can help you cures your sinus infection safely. Has anyone tried this popular sinusitis treatment?

  • Thank you so much for this video, I suffer from episodic migraine (for 10+ years), and no matter what I do or take, they usually last 2 days. I’m on day two now and suffering so much I can’t believe how much this video helped I have some relief!! You’re wonderful!!!

  • Thank you so much for this video. ����
    I’ve been having more migraine attacks lately [maybe because of the pandemic and the stress of going back to classes (online) as a first-time college student] and because of this, I’ve been feeling more paranoid, hopeless, and just downright miserable. My last migraine was July 31 and just six days later, on August 6, another attack came (the closest gap ever since I started getting migraines at 17 years old, last November 2019).

    Perhaps the shock of having a migraine so close to each other made me, in turn, more scared and anxious. Lately, I’ve been so jittery and afraid of another attack. However, your video made me feel unbelievably calmer! ��❤

    I’ll definitely do more yoga videos from you–not just because I want to see if yoga really does de-stress me effectively but also to calm my always-anxious nerves. ����

    You just made my day. Thank you, again. ����

  • Thank you ���� I have been getting migraines lately due to stress and overthinking I really appreciate you have a yoga for everything ��✨

  • Thank you Adriene for this video. �� It’s my first time trying joga to reduce headache. Seems that nastral breathing was exactly what I needed today to feel better. ❤

  • A couple things I have found that if I put in action at the first symptoms of a headache coming on are this. A cup of green tea. I have found that any brand will do this. If anyone can put me onto a clean organic green tea, that would be nice to me. Another thing I do is rebound. If you do not have a rebounder, jump rope. But the rebounder lets me swing my arms and give exercise to shoulders and neck. Probably anything would work quickly if you do not let it develop from a small headache. I also do enemas. Sometimes a coffee enema works. Yesterday it gave me temporary relief while I was holding. But once I was finished, my headache came back. So I breathed EO and used my nasal spray. I woke up sick, still, today. Not a full-blown headache but scared it would be back. So I treated my nose, rebounded, and did an enema and now I am clear. I am going to start doing these things every single day so I can kill what keeps causing them.

  • I love all your videos. I have just done this as I have pain behind my eyes they feel very heavy. Hope it goes soon. I was wondering if you have the natural remedies to share also? x

  • Was just starting my 2nd 30 day program via you when I was hit with a killer headache ��, made it 2 days without yoga (&you) before I felt my body start to stiffen up & me missing the movement. This was simple & beautiful and really helped not only with my headache but also with my lack of movement over the last couple of days. Thank you. ����

  • Thank you so much for posting this and guiding us through these horrible headaches. If anything it definitely eased the anxiety they often bring me. As someone who is newly suffering from chronic migraines I will definitely be doing this practice daily. Thank you!

  • In Ayurveda, migraine can be treated successfully. #PlanetAyurveda offers Medhya Churan and Gotukola Capsules for the effective management of migraine.

  • I have been having migraines since I was 13 years old, but have been able to manage to not get many through exercise and diet. However, now that I just turned 53, I have been getting cluster migraines where I lose my eyesight (horrible lines and aura’s in either eye). Doc says that it’s my hormone levels out of balance, but I don’t want to go on hormones and I don’t do well with over the counter and/or or migraine prescriptions. I have been doing yoga for migraines from you, Adriene, and it TRULY helps! I have my eyesight about 10-15 minutes into your video. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  • I just wanted to say that I had a migraine yesterday, searched for You Tube Videos, found this one, and a few others for Adriene. I couldn’t believe that my migraine was gone, gone, gone…… Thank you soooo much