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Living with Migraine


  • By JaneC

    While I’m not a frequent drinker I do like to have a drink if I’m out socially. Vodka seems to be the alcohol that causes the fewest migraines but sometimes even a light vodka drink brings one on. Do any of you have a suggestion of the best brand of vodka to drink for someone with migraine?
    Thanks, Jane C

  • By xtinalorraine

    Tito’s Vodka- it’s an Austin, TX distillery. It’s super smooth, and I haven’t had any issues, personally. It’s not super cheap, but the ‘good stuff’ typically isn’t.
    Hope this helps!

  • By scarletlove

    Yup, Vodka seems to be the only alcohol that does not mess me up right away.

    I am grieving the loss of wine in my life. Been confusing because some times I can drink a bottle with no headache, other times I have just a sip and I’m in bed for the next three days with a migraine attack. Is it the sulfites? A wine expert told me to go for Italian or French wines for they use less sulfites (I usually drink local California wines, but I guess here in the States they go heavy on the sulfites to speed up the process). Had a very expensive bottle on our anniversary and did not get an attack, just a slight hangover in the morning. Still testing it all out, as I am sure there are other factors. But DARNNIT, I miss wine!