What is a migraine?
Migraine is one kind of common headache which is a neurological disorder that can be very distressing and disabling. Typically it is a one-sided throbbing or pulsating headache that is at least moderately intense and can be aggravated by physical activity. It is very often associated with nausea and vomiting, as well as increased sensitivity to light, sound and even some types of smell.
This disease is usually related to inheritance, and may occur repeatedly with the first attack in childhood. It is often induced by seasonal patho- genic factors, such as over fatigue, tension, excitement, poor sleep or menstrual period.
There are repeated attacks of intolerable burning, throbbing or boring pain on the forehead, temple and obit unilaterally in most cases and bilaterally in few cases.
MFR for upper back & neck Trigger point all points below and pay more attention on back of the head point which is located posterior to the ear lobe, between the mastoid process and mandibular angle.