Migraine Triggers

Migraine is a symptom that results from increased stimulation of nerve cells in the brain. This condition increases sensitivity to provoking environmental and internal factors.
Migraine is very topical today, especially among women. It is easy to recognize a migraine. There are 4 stages of it:

  1. Prodrome. Occurs a few days before a headache attack. Signs of tiredness, irritation, and depression
  2. Aura. This condition occurs just before the headache attack itself. Appears as visual disturbances, eyes sparkling, and blind spots. There may also be numbness of the fingertips and face and numbness of the scalp.
  3. Headache. The most difficult stage. It is a headache that is difficult to relieve with painkillers and covers half or all of the head. It lasts for hours or longer.
  4. Postdrome. Headaches go away, but feelings of depression, irritation, and weakness stay.
Not everyone suffers from migraine in the classic version described above. However, it is typical for migraine to have headaches without a cause. Every headache should be examined, and the first thing you should do if you have persistent headaches is to see a doctor. If there is no illness that can cause this symptom, the diagnosis is migraine.
Migraine triggers include:

  • Stress
  • Pungent smells
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Eating disorders, some foods, and drinks. Migraine trigger foods: red wine is a migraine trigger, cheese is a migraine trigger, beer and any other alcohol can trigger a migraine, dark chocolate, coffee, nuts, and fast food.
  • Bad habits (smoking cigarettes, hookahs, et cetera)
  • Hormonal disturbances (especially for women), menstruation
  • Gallbladder disorders (bile stasis, dyskinesia)
  • Bright light or other strong stimuli
  • Changing weather
  • Deficiencies in iron, vitamin D, B vitamins, and magnesium
  • Injuries, diseases of the head or neck
There are no universal triggers of migraine. Everybody has an individual reaction to a certain product and provocateur. What may trigger a migraine attack for some people will go unnoticed by others.
We recommend you keep a headache diary in which you write down the causes of your headaches. This will help you to identify which migraine trigger you have.
Treating migraine today is challenging because there is no one-size-fits-all pill that can completely eliminate all symptoms.
Do a comprehensive examination of your body and eliminate hormonal disorders, gallbladder disease, anemia, injuries, or diseases of the head and neck. Painkillers or triptathas are used for acute pain. However, any medication should be taken after consultation with a doctor. Migraine is treated by a neurologist.

Avoid food and any other triggers of migraine attacks in your life. Get normal sleep, diet, and water balance, and stop unhealthy habits. These steps are sure to help you in your fight against migraine.
It is important that the body gets enough healthy vitamins and micronutrients. Vitamin supplements such as B vitamins (especially vitamin B2), magnesium, vitamin D, and coenzyme Q10 are helpful.

Take care not only of your headaches but also of your general condition, using our superfood Taslim as an excellent source of easily digestible nutrients.

Migraine is not life-threatening, but it reduces the quality of life. It can be managed, but treatment must be comprehensive.
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