By: Researcher Taymur
Migraine headaches are a bit of a mystery. Researchers have identified possible causes, but they don’t have a definitive explanation. Potential theories include:
- If triggered, an underlying central nervous disorder may initiate a migraine episode.
- Migraines may be caused by irregularities in the blood vessel system of the brain or vascular system.
- Genetic predisposition can cause migraines
- Brain chemicals defects and nerve pathways that contribute to episodes of migraine.
Sadly, a cause has yet to be found by scientists. The best way to avoid migraines is to stop the first thing that causes them. Migraine trigger is unique to each person and having multiple migraine triggers is not unusual for an individual. Migraine triggers most common include:
- because of salty foods or Aged foods
- Therefore highly processed foods
- Shouldn’t skip meals or fast
- So alcohol and caffeine may restrict
- Because artificial preservatives and sweeteners
- However unusually bright lights and loud noises
- Hormone shifts common in women’s
- Because physical stress due to exercises
- Changes in sleep cycle reasons
- Changes in weather conditions
Not everyone who is subjected to migraine triggers experiences a headache. Some people, however, are more sensitive to them. Many risk factors can help predict who is more likely to have headaches of migraine. The following risk factors include:
Because at any age, migraines may first appear. Nevertheless, during puberty, many people will experience their first migraine. Therefore migraines usually improve after 30 years of age, according to the researches.
Therefore if there are migraines in a close family member, you are more likely to have them. Indeed, 90% of migraine patients have a migraine family history. Because parents are your best risk predictor. So if you have a history of migraines in one or both of your parents, your risk is greater.
Similarly men suffer migraine headaches more than girls during their childhood. However, after puberty, women are three times more likely than men to have migraines.
Therefore if you have migraines, make an appointment with your doctor. So if there is one condition, they can diagnose the underlying condition and prescribe treatments. Because the doctor may also help you identify the lifestyle changes you need to make in order to relieve your symptoms.
Fibro Women Blogs
Chronic Woman Blogs
Chronic Illness Blogs
Official Fibromyalgia Blogs