24 Mar Help For Migraines
Food and drink: Many people experience migraines when they eat certain foods, especially: wheat, dairy, sugar, artificial preservatives or chemical additives, cured or processed meats, alcohol (especially red wine and beer), aspartame, caffeine, and MSG. Too much or too little coffee/caffeine can also trigger an attack
Changes in sleeping cycle: Both missing sleep and oversleeping can trigger migraine
Hormones: Some women experience migraines before or during their periods, during pregnancy or during menopause. Others may get migraines from hormonal medications like birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy
Allergies: Including food allergies and food sensitivities, and chemical sensitivities.
Stress/Post-stress: Any kind of emotional trauma can trigger a migraine, even after the stress has passed
External stimuli: Bright lights, fluorescent lights, loud noises, and strong smells (even pleasant ones) can trigger a migraine
Dehydration and/or hunger. Skipping meals or fasting are also common triggers
Physical exertion: Extremely intense exercise or even sex has been known to bring on migraines
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