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By talktothefish - April 10, 2018
.... Why shouldn’t he also eat well? Soon we learned a new word. Excitotoxins. That’s a mouthful, huh? In a nutshell it means all things containing MSG. I hear you. “Not all foods containing MSG are my trigger food”. Well….let’s... found out Annatto has replaced orange food dye. Annatto has side effects. Yep, you guessed it. Headache! Soon after that I became a food detective. A good one too. I drove hubby nuts. But now he is an excellent food detective too...

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By Kerrie Smyres - April 28, 2015
... allowed herbs and spices to increase the flavors. There are migraine-focused cookbooks, but few also omit histamine-containing foods. Some of those recipes even include other potential trigger foods. Migraine diet cookbooks can... of wheat are delicious with a little butter or cream and maple syrup. (Some people find sugar a trigger, so try not to go overboard with the sweeteners.) Lunch Salad made of allowed ingredients and topped with meat or beans...

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By Kerrie Smyres - January 19, 2015
... from your diet for a short time. After you’re symptom-free (or have reduced symptoms) for a while, you slowly add foods back in to see if they trigger a migraine. The recommended time to wait before reintroducing a food varies... from several weeks to four months; in my experience, about six weeks is sufficient. Once you’ve determined a food or food chemical isn’t a trigger, it can go back in your diet. (“Food chemical” doesn’t...

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By Kerrie Smyres - January 29, 2015
... they’re relevant. This is integral knowledge to understand why certain foods are triggers. Food chemicals are a good starting point for a couple of reasons. By understanding how potentially problematic foods are related to each... to be the primary culprits to trigger migraine attacks are listed below. Some are naturally occurring, while others are added to foods. I’ve included some information on  each of the food chemicals as well as links to good...

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By Kerrie Smyres - April 22, 2015
...Is food allergy testing a good way to test for migraine triggers? This is a common question when people are overwhelmed by the details of an elimination diet. The answer is: it’s complicated. Food allergies usually cause... some sort of reaction every time the trigger food is eaten, though the symptoms may vary from one reaction to the next, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.1 Food-related migraine triggers...

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By Steven Workman - April 18, 2018
... about migraines and has brought me into the world of migraine advocacy. Various migraine triggers There are so many possible migraine triggers. Everybody definitely has their own triggers when it comes to migraines. Due... to this, what is a trigger for one person, may not be a trigger for another person. To be completely honest, I am not one of those individuals who have everything hundred percent figured out when it comes it comes to what triggers...

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By Lisa Robin Benson - March 16, 2017
... for computer work, as standing helps me keep good posture. Not eating on time I like to think of myself as a foodie, in fact I’ve done some food writing and restaurant reviews. That said, there’s another reason why...We hear a lot about migraine triggers, and one of the first tasks a doctor will often give a patient is to keep a headache diary to identify them. I’ve had migraines since I was a kid and I always knew there were...

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By Lee614 - April 18, 2018
...Chronic migraine is a complicated neurological condition. It is not comparable to allergies. I am allergic to pollen. Pollen triggers my allergic reaction. The symptoms are ordinary and predictable. I can take... or episodic migraine and our health care providers are wrong to refer to “triggers” for making our symptoms worse. That line of thinking reduces migraine to a health issue as simple as allergies. Allergic reactions are well...

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By SilverPhoenix13 - April 10, 2018
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By VibekeThunoldLudvigsen - April 10, 2018
... the triggers from, I have had fewer attacks from all of them since I started going to the naprapath. And today, I’ve actually been migraine free for 70 days! WHY do they stuff our bodies with pills without checking... as one and treat it as one, and not as separate parts? Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You're all set! Good news - you're already subscribed! Need help? Let us know at contact@Migraine.com. Something's not right... Try again or let us know at contact@Migraine.com....

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By Editorial Team - April 13, 2018
...We are pleased to share this guest post with you by Tonilyn. “I’d like to stay in tonight.” I wish a romantic night of clinking champagne glasses in bed followed my last statement, but alcohol is a trigger, and the clinking... will do anything short of snake charming to stop a migraine chain from taking hold (Although, if that’s been known to work please email me the information.). Sometimes that means canceling a date. The good news is when I bag...

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2 Answers Submitted By FarmerWife17 - April 12, 2018

… system. Have a migraine hat that works great but doesn’t always relieve! Help! Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You’re all set! Good news – you’re already subscribed! Need help? Let us know at contact@Migraine.com. Something’s not right… Try again or let us know at contact@Migraine.com….

0 Answers Submitted By vanlaanenj - April 15, 2018

…. Is there any migraine medication I can take when they come on that will not harm my kidneys further? Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You’re all set! Good news – you’re already subscribed! Need help? Let us know at contact@Migraine.com. Something’s not right… Try again or let us know at contact@Migraine.com….

1 Answer Submitted By docthehalls - April 10, 2018

… random bruises (that I can remember) after a migraine. I haven’t seen this as a side effect/symptom, so has anyone else experienced this? Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You’re all set! Good news – you’re already…

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By ramjar - April 15, 2018
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By MaryDeislinger - April 13, 2018
... doctors still prescribe this drug? I’ll look forward to hearing your experiences. Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You're all set! Good news - you're already subscribed! Need help? Let us know at contact@Migraine.com. Something's not right... Try again or let us know at contact@Migraine.com....

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By #purpleproject - April 11, 2018
... like I did when I first started experiencing these “attacks.” Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You're all set! Good news - you're already subscribed! Need help? Let us know at contact@Migraine.com. Something's not right... Try again or let us know at contact@Migraine.com....

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By 15j3he7 - April 18, 2018
... and theirs. I’m blessed with a wonderful understanding hubby. Sign up for emails from Migraine.com: Thanks! You're all set! Good news - you're already subscribed! Need help? Let us know at contact@Migraine.com. Something's not right... Try again or let us know at contact@Migraine.com....