Migraine and Food

Migraine and Food

In general, specific foods themselves aren’t considered migraine triggers, with the exception of two broad categories – alcohol, which is a well recognised trigger of migraine, and foods which contain nitrates. Nitrates are used in medicine to treat heart...
The Premonitory Phase of Migraine

The Premonitory Phase of Migraine

The yawning, fatigue, photophobia, hunger, and other symptoms of premonitory phase of migraine are providing important new clues to the disorder’s underlying pathophysiology and potential new drug targets, according to a presentation at the annual meeting of the...
Giving the ‘Green Light’ to Migraine Relief

Giving the ‘Green Light’ to Migraine Relief

A new study sheds light – literally – on a potential means of easing migraine pain. Researchers in Boston exposed 69 migraine patients to different colors of light. They found that while blue light exacerbated headache pain, a narrow spectrum of...
“What’s Really Causing That Red Wine Headache”

“What’s Really Causing That Red Wine Headache”

Setting aside those who suffer routinely from migraines or someone who tied one too many on the night before, even people not normally prone to headaches can sometimes feel the effect after a simple glass or two of red wine. Sulfites often get the blame for causing...
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