Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham Bangalore


It can be defined as paroxysmal headache, generally on one side of the head.  It is also known as sick headache because nausea and vomiting occasionally accompany the excruciating pain which lasts for as long as three days.

Migraine usually gives warning before it strikes. Black spots or a brilliant zigzag lines appears before the eyes or the patient has blurring of vision or has part of vision blanked out.  When the headache occurs the patient may feel tingling, numbness or weakness in an arm or leg.

It is purely physiological process.  The head and neck muscles reacting to continuous stress become over worked.  The tightened muscles squeeze the arteries and reduce the blood flow.  When a person relaxes suddenly the constricted muscles expand, stretching the walls of the vessel.  These vessels expand them further and causes incredible pain.



  • Relaxations poses Pawanamuktasana part I
  • Eye exercises
  • Shashankasana
  • Tadasana Dwikonasana – Kati chakrasana


  • Nadisodhana
  • Ujjayi
  • Brahmari


  • Kunjal Kriya


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