If you work in front of a screen for a lot of the time, and you also suffer from migraines, you probably know all too well how incompatible screens and migraines can be. One option is to avoid too much … Continue reading
Category Archives: Migraine headache causes
Previous studies have shown that migraine sufferers have significantly higher sodium levels in their cerebrospinal fluid than those who do not suffer from migraines. Not only that, but when sodium levels peak in the cerebrospinal fluid – in the early … Continue reading
According to a study published in the November 14th online edition of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, people who suffer from migraines with visual aura may have a greater risk of also having an irregular … Continue reading
A group of scientists from several Russian universities and medical centres have expanded on the theory that the cause of migraines is down in large part to vascular factors, and have proposed that the cause of migraines is based more … Continue reading
Something that migraine sufferers have to be really careful about is getting enough sleep. Fatigue and tiredness is a major contributing factor to many sufferer’s attacks, and so any disruption to sleeping patterns can have horrible repercussions. Unfortunately for migraine … Continue reading
“I thought you said you couldn’t have caffeine?” says one friend as you order a rare (and very weak) coffee over a café catch up. Well, the thing about migraines is that it’s not black and white. Migraines are usually … Continue reading
It can be hard at times to tell the difference between a headache and a migraine. They both involve a pain in the head. So what separates the two? Tension headaches, as the name suggests, are often linked to a … Continue reading
Researchers have discovered that if a child had colic as a baby then that child has an increased probability of migraines later on in life.
In 2002 Sergey Dzugan and Konstantine Dzugan put forward the hypothesis that migraine is the result of a loss of neurohormonal and metabolic integrity. In other words, migraines were caused by things such as an imbalance of calcium and magnesium, … Continue reading
Research suggests that, despite it being generally accepted that eating chocolate could give you a migraine, it might not really be the big migraine enemy most people think it is.