A 40-year-old lady sought treatment for her chronic conditions on 10 March 2015. For three years she had been suffering from severe migraine and had difficulty in sleeping. Her migraine was characterized by excruciating headache and nausea. This affected her every day, from the time she woke up until she went to bed. She had to take regular naps during the day for some relief from her headache. This was the only way she could keep her eyes open and concentrate on her work. She had tried homoeopathic medicines which did not help. Allopathic doctors could not identify the cause of her migraine and so did not prescribe any medication. She was daily taking strong pain killer for the migraine with little relief and was not on any medication for sleep. She was in an exhausted state with constant headache and sleeplessness when she visited the practitioner who gave her:
#1. CC11.3 Headaches + CC11.4 Migraines + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders + CC17.3 Brain & Memory tonic + CC18.1 Brain disabilities...TDS
For sleep problem:
#2. CC15.6 Sleep disorders...2 doses before bedtime, 1 hour apart.
After one month there was 10% relief from migraine and her sleep had improved by 20%. After two months in May 2015, there was 50% relief in both migraine as well as sleeplessness and by August, this increased to 90%. So #1 was reduced to OD but she continued #2 as before. Incidentally, she had stopped taking the pain killer when she started vibro remedies.
In March 2016, the improvement was still 90%. She got the headache 2-3 times a week that lasted a couple of hours but the intensity was 10% of what it used to be before start of vibrionics. She managed the occurrence of migraine by taking an extra dose of #1 and resting afterwards. She seemed a much happier person wearing a constant smile. During the next follow-up, she was given a last refill of both the combos and the patient discontinued the treatment thereafter. The practitioner had also encouraged her to have a healthy diet and lifestyle.
In September, when she brought her son for treatment, she appeared healthy, full of energy and cheerful. She had been off the remedies and did not suffer any relapse for several months. On checking in December 2016, the patient confirmed that she was doing well.