7 foods that can trigger migraines

Many people get regular migraines and can’t figure out why. Also, many people believe what they eat is the cause of their problem. Experts support a percent of those believes agreeing that many things can cause migraines, especially a particular type of food.

Here are the 7 most common causes of migraines around the world:

  1. Alcohol

Alcohol is the most common product thought to trigger migraines. Red wine and beer make the top of the list of drinks that can cause migraines. The main reason is that alcohol can cause dehydration, which is a significant contributor in developing migraines or headaches.

  1. Chocolate

Although this might come as a surprise, it is in fact the second most common trigger for migraines. It is because of the caffeine, and because it contains tyramine, well known as the cause of migraines.

  1. Artificial sweeteners

You know sugar is no good for you, so these artificial sweeteners come as no surprise. They are also not as slimming as you may think.

  1. Fast Food

Everybody know fast food is not doing any good to the body, but the cured meats that you might consume, contain preservatives called nitrates, which cause the dilatation of the blood vessels in the brain and contribute to migraines.

  1. Pickled and fermented food

These contain high amounts of tyramine and help the installation of headaches or migraines, like in the case of chocolate.

  1. Salty food

As in the case of fast food, salty food has high amounts of salt. Sodium is a mineral that we need to function properly, but getting too much of it can cause severe migraines.

  1. Frozen foods

Brain freeze is not a fun moment after all! If you are used to eat or drink iced foods, this may lead to migraines in time. What you might experience as headaches, will quickly become severe migraines if you don’t stop this habit, especially if it’s summer and the trend with very cold foods is in full use.

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