Migraine treatment of traditional Chinese medicine

Migraine treatment of traditional Chinese medicine
Migraine treatment of traditional Chinese medicine

        If you don't want to take painkillers for migraine, traditional Chinese medicine treatment also has a solution! Traditional Chinese medicine doctors point out that migraine is a regular headache. The pain is on the left or right side, and there are symptoms such as nausea and vomiting. For women, the most important factor is the change in weather. For men, it is strenuous activity. Medicinal diet and acupoint, massage can help relieve symptoms.
        According to statistics, about 15% of women and 5% of men suffer from migraine . Female sufferers are about three times as many as men. On average, 1 out of 5 women in their 20s to 40s have migraine. Many people suffer from migraines, and most of them are young and middle-aged employed people.
        TCM regulates migraine and improves Qi stagnation and blood stasis
        A Chinese medical physician pointed out that migraine can be cured completely. First of all, we must relax, not stay up late, eat lightly, and not eat too salty or cold food. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that migraine is related to the dysfunction of the "Hand or Foot Shao Yang Meridian", mainly due to "Qi stagnation" or "blood stasis." Although some people choose to take painkillers to solve the problem, treatment according to symptoms is a good strategy.
        1. Qi stagnation: poor blood circulation in the brain, feeling dizzy and lethargic. It is recommended to use Si Wu soup and Bu Yang Huan Wu Soup to improve blood deficiency and Qi stagnation. Some people can also use Folium Ginkgo.
        2. Blood stasis: There are ecchymosis on the tongue, migraine may be due to poor brain blood circulation and poor physical strength, you can use Xue Fu Zhu Yu Soup.
        Drink hot lemon water to relieve headaches
        A TCM physician emphasized that traditional Chinese medicine treatment of migraine is based on symptomatic conditioning. It can be taken with acupuncture, herbs, and combined with tea and acupoint pressing to improve it; or drink hot lemon water as a small remedy. Cut 1 slice into 1 cup of hot water, add a little salt and drink it while it is hot, which can effectively relieve migraine.
        1. Qi stagnation: Herba Ephedrae and Prepared Common Monkshood Daughter Root tea
        Material: 3 grams of Herba Ephedrae, 6 grams of Prepared Common Monkshood Daughter Root, 6 grams of Radix Glycyrrhizae.
        How to do it: Put the above herbs in a cup, pour 500-800cc of boiling water, wait for 10-15 minutes, and then drink it. It can be drunk as a tea at ordinary times.
        Symptoms: cold hands and feet, stomach pain, pale complexion, anxiety, occasional insomnia, etc.
        2. Blood stasis: Rhizoma Chuanxiong tea
       Materials: 3 grams of Radix Angelicae Sinensis, 3 grams of Rhizoma Chuanxiong, 3 grams of green tea.
       How to do it: Put the above hebs in a cup, pour 500-800cc of boiling water, wait for 10-15 minutes, and then drink it. You can usually drink it as a tea.
       Symptoms: Migraines are obviously caused by stress, often accompanied by symptoms such as restlessness and insomnia.
       Acupressure and scalp massage
       1. Feng Chi acupoint: If the migraine occurs in the back of the brain, you can moderately massage the Feng Chi acupoint (the lowermost edge of the back of the brain, outside of both sides of the cervical spine), as well as the two neck muscles.
       2. Tai Yang and He Gu acupoints: The pain is on the forehead, try massaging the Tai Yang and He Gu acupoints (put the horizontal pattern of the first knuckle of the thumb on the other hand, and press down on the fingertip of the thumb).
       3. Massage the scalp: As for the pain on the top of the head, it is difficult to find the appropriate acupuncture points. It is recommended to massage the scalp.

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