Triggers that induce Migrane
Migraines are headaches of a severe and chronic nature. They are usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting and visual disturbances which can last from up to a few hours to a few days. Pain is located on one side of head: The pain usually begins on one side of the head, at the temple, and can spread downward to the eye, face, and even neck.
The exact cause of a migraine is not known. It tends to run in families and this family history of migraine may be one cause of the headache. Vascular theory states that a migraine is a disturbance of blood flow to the head.
There are such a variety of triggers, you may want to avoid –
and Coloring agents
and Yeast-containing baked goods
and Chinese food and other restaurant food
and Processed foods, such as boxed dinners
and Foods containing soy
and Salami, pepperoni and other cured meats
and The major culprits contain the flavor enhancer monosodium glutamate (MSG), sulfite or nitrite preservatives, or the amino acid tyramine.
and Dehydration is another potential migraine trigger, so drink plenty of water, especially when exercising or when staying outdoors in warm weather.
and Stress and fatigue
and Physical (fatigue, over-exertion, over-relaxation)
and Exposure to UV light or perfumes
and Hormonal (menstruation or oral contraceptives)