8 Foods That Trigger Headache
Headaches can be caused by not only chronic diseases and fatigue, but some products too. Below is a list of foods that can trigger headaches.
Any alcohol is bad for the brain in large quantities, but doctors have found that red wine enzymes excessively stimulate the nerve endings, thereby causing the migraine.
If you frequently suffer from migraine attacks, you should clarify if you drink too much coffee, colas and other caffeinated beverages. Caffeine is a strong diuretic, so it contributes to dehydration, which also provokes headaches.
Some sorts of cheese
Gorgonzola, Camembert and Cheddar are extremely popular kinds of cheese. However, they are real provocateurs of migraine. The cause is tyramine substance which is formed during the destruction of proteins.
Hotdog, sausage, ham and other meat products, trapped in the store by not caring hands of eco-farmers, often include a substance designed to extend the life of the product. One of them is a dangerous sodium nitrate, which causes biochemical changes in the brain. Headache is a lesser evil that this substance can bring to our body.
Bananas, chocolate and nutsIn order to understand whether the cause of your headache this or that product, physicians are advised to keep a special diary. When you feel the symptoms of migraine or headache write in a notebook the foods that you used previously.
Dried fruitsMost dried fruits such as prunes, figs, and apricots include the preservative sulfites. Check labels carefully to avoid this sneaky migraine trigger.
BeansAll kind of beans (string beans, navy beans, kidney beans, lima beans) can be potentional headache triggers. The tannin in beans is thought to be the culprit.
PicklesIt touches all pickled foods - cucumbers, eggs, beats, olives, vegetables, peppers etc.
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