The 2020 Migraine World Summit begins March 18, 2020

Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection in Migraine

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Key Questions
  • How can Ayurvedic medicine help ease the pain of migraine?
  • Why is the gut called the “second brain” and how does it relate to migraine?
  • What percentage of those with migraine have gastric reflux symptoms and why?
Interview Notes

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Trupti Gokani, MD

Neurologist & Author
The Mysterious Mind

Dr. Trupti Gokani is the author of The Mysterious Mind: How to Use Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science to Heal Your Headache and Reclaim Your Life. Dr. Gokani earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois, where she also completed her training in neurology and certified as a Master Clinical Psychopharmacologist. She has credentials in Ayurvedic medicine and transcendental meditation, and has lectured extensively in the fields of neurology and psychiatry, specifically in relation to headaches, mood disorders, insomnia, adrenal fatigue, hormonal issues, and adult attention deficit disorder (ADD).

Dr. Trupti Gokani has dedicated her life to developing a unique blend of modern medicine and ancient philosophy. By melding these approaches she’s become a highly sought after speaker and health coach, sharing holistic wellness strategies with media personalities and pharmaceutical companies, as well as individuals. Her aim is to help Americans understand the “purpose” of their pain and how to heal themselves through a deeper appreciation of the mind-body-spirit connection.

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