Migraine is a disease characterized by recurrent attacks of painful headaches in one half of the head.
Migraine suffer, on average, 19% of the population.
It is the most frequent and severe form of primary headache.
Nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light are the most common symptoms of migraine.
Much research has been undertaken on the causes that can trigger a migraine.
Some of them showed that the reason can be weather changes, especially in people who consume excessive amount of sugar within 1-2 days period.
It is believed that changes in the level of serotonin in the brain and decrease or increase blood flow to the brain may be another cause for the occurrence of migraine.
According to a recent study, deficiency of vitamin B6 , B12, folic acid and vitamin D may be the cause of frequent migraines.
You can increase the risk of migraine by 300%, if these vitamins are not present in your diet. Make sure that your body receives the recommended intake of these vitamins.
Foods that can cause migraines
Dietary supplementation of sodium
Processed meat products
Other things that can cause migraines:
Lack of sleep
The pressure change
Sharp-smelling substances such as perfumes, dyes or chemicals
Light: bright or shimmering, bright sunlight
If you suffer from frequent migraines, start taking notes, write down the food that you consumed and everything you did that day, when you have a migraine. Thus, you will be able to determine the cause of migraine.
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