. migraine since I was a child. I had the 'aura', vomiting, hated noise and bright lights. I fainted a few times over the years, heavy nose bleeds etc. I had the attacks two/three times a week. At that time it was take a headache pill and carry on. So I carried on. I carried on working, I could not afford to take time off work. I tried everything, including cutting out foods that were regarded as a trigger. I was prescribed Ergotomine suppositories. I t did not work. I read an article in a magazine stating yoga can cure migraine. I joined a c lass, over the yearsthe migraine attacks increased, In 2000 I had tests and in 2003 I was told I was born with a hole in the heart, a PFO. More tests and it was confirmed, I finally had open heart surgery in 2006. The hole was too close to the arteries, keyhole surgery was out of the question.
Since that time I have learned a lot more.
Please see your GP and ask for a referral to a cardiologist.
There is also surgery, one type is Deep Brain Stimulation for cluster headaches/migraine.
DBS is used for many other conditions, eg..Epilepsy, Dystonia etc..
Yoga asanas must be modified to such an extent that the person may find some benefit,
I wish you all well.