Many people have headaches and the worst type is the migraine. These headaches are awful and unbearable and cause great harm on us. So the person is forced to stop any activities for the time being and rest all day long if not even longer.
The expert Dr. Well said that 17% females and 6% males have migraines.
Despite the awful pain, people also have signs like pounding pain, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sounds, blur vision and more.
Such headaches are a problem and people use many medicines to try and control this issue. But these meds do not help, at least not for a longer time. This means migraines are due to some mineral deficits in the body.
Experts have tried to find out the reason for this, some claim it is weather changes and some say hot areas and summers, some on the other hands say that too much sugar eating causes migraines.
Others say that serotonin changes affect migraines and change the blood flow to the brain. Or it can be from gene problems and sources.
So, such awful headaches might be from various factors as you see, but latest studies have said that the intensity of such signs depends on the cause for them.
Lately, experts have said that migraines happen when we lack vitamin D, B12, B6 and folic acid too. This increases the risk by 300%.
So, it is vital for you to know that vitamins and mineral deficits can cause this problem.
Also, Dr. Well said that some foods also trigger this problem and such are nitrites, nitrates, MSG and colorings.
This is the list of foods you have to avoid:
- Citrus fruits
- Processed meats
- Red plums
- Soy sauce
Such migraines also can be caused by similar foods, so be careful if you notice strange fatigue. Also lack of sleep along fatigue can worsen the problem.
Do not skip meals too, this changes the blood pressure, also avoid harsh lights, strong smells and smell items, paint, chemicals, perfumes and so on.
See the video below for more useful info on migraines.
If you have such headaches often, write down these things and beware. See what you eat, smell, do, and more. This is a start for prevention.