Yoga Exercises for Relieving a Migraine

Further Yoga exercises for Migraine have been prescribed by Yoga therapy. All of them have proven highly effective in relieving, if not curing migraine headaches. In fact, if you do them over and over again, at least twice day, you are bound to derive immense benefits.

With proper day to day routine and Yoga diet and lots of relaxation, some people have been known to record complete recovery from migraine headaches. All you have to do is keep up all the practices.


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Head rolls – Forward and Backward Rolling

  1. Your starting position should be the Warrior pose (Vajrasana ).
  2. Bend your arms and body and touch the floor with the top of your head.
  3. Now inhale. As you exhale slowly roll your head forward till you feel a gentle stretch along the back of your neck.
  4. Hold the position for some time.
  5. Next, as you inhale again, roll your head forward till your forehead is touching the floor.
  6. This makes one round.
  7. This way rock back and forth for 5 rounds.

Note: While doing these practices

  1. See that you are well supported by your hands.

  2. If you are suffering from severe neck pain or any other neck pain or any other neck problems you had best avoid these exercises. Start doing them after the pain has subsided.
  3. During each of the exercises, feel the stretch and the relaxation in your neck muscles.
  4. During the exercises, recognize the gentle massage in the surface region of your head and forehead.
  5. You are supposed to begin with your forehead on the floor.
  6. While you do these exercises, the movement of your body must be very free and comfortable. Also see that your attention is not distracted.
  7. Wherever breathing is involved, coordinate your breathing with your head movement.
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