Migraine headaches are often accompanied by severe throbbing pain that may last for few hours, or maybe few days. It is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting and extreme sensitivity to light. In most cases, sufferers may experience subtle changes that often signal onset of migraine, and may include depression and moodiness, diarrhea, stiff neck, or food carvings or constipation. Sometimes it is possible to discover specific triggers and make suitable changes to avoid them. Sometimes red wine can be a migraine trigger, whereas grape juice and its seed extract can provide a lasting relief in many. I’ve seen at least 76 people in my circle get relief with this approach. It’s also very cost effective and you can continue taking grape juice for years without worrying about any side effects. Before trying any treatment, it’s best to consult your doctor to avoid additional complications.
It’s Also Important To Understand Migraine Causes
According to Mayo Clinic website, environmental factors and heredity plays a big role in development of migraines. If there’s some imbalance in brain chemicals, particularly serotonin levels, it can lead to acute pain. Some nutritional deficiencies that can be easily corrected with diet and supplements may also prove to the reason behind your headaches. So I would suggest you to first find triggers that immediately precede your headaches as this can help mitigate its effects. There are many foods that may trigger migraines. Some of these are alcohol, cheese, caffeine, chocolate, and monosodium glutamate, or MSG. Changes in weather, stress, irregular sleep patterns and intense exercise can also trigger your migraines.
Go For Complete Migraine Nutrition
Don’t skip meals, as I’ve seen that it can often lead to migraine headaches. You also need additional nutrition to control migraine attacks. Try to include riboflavin, or B2 in your diet. Instead of supplements rely on natural sources. The amino acid 5-hydroxytryptophan, magnesium, or 5-HTP, butterbur and feverfew are other nutritional supplements that can help with various migraine symptoms.