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Old 18-10-2019, 12:12 PM
Anala Anala is offline
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Anala, does yours relate to stress, or any triggers?

Janielee,
I think some is barometric pressure, we had a big storm last winter and I thought my head would explode.

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Triggers I found can be stress, not drinking enough water

Water, stress and sleep are probably my big three. Usually I get clusters of migraines after a stressful event.

I have tried the pressure points, it works for some headaches and melatonin for the stabbed headache with a good night sleep, works for me.

But migraines are different. The video on this thread was helpful in explaining! As I have always felt slightly “slowed down” after a migraine.

I have done acupuncture. It definitely depends on the practitioner

I have a low tolerance for medications. So, for me it is a last resort.
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Old 20-10-2019, 05:12 PM
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Thanks Altair, and sorry to hear that you suffer from migraines
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Old 22-10-2019, 11:28 AM
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Headaches and migraines

A migraine is a type of primary headache disorder that can cause severe pain and other symptoms. ... Migraine can cause intense, throbbing headaches that last anywhere from a few hours to several days. A migraine headache usually affects one side of the head, but some people experience pain on both sides.
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Old 11-12-2019, 09:56 PM
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I tend to get them a lot more during the winter time, because there's less sunlight. So I always try to go outside and go for a short walk, so I can get as much sunlight as I can. If I get ever a migraine, I simply lay down, turn the lights off and drink plenty of water.
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Old 27-12-2019, 05:37 PM
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I've made an important realization in understanding one of my migraine triggers. In the past I would get them after visiting Chinese restaurants, but also when eating soups such as tomato soup. It's the sodium glutamate. I'm with my family during the holidays and one meal caused me a headache, and only afterwards was I told there was E621 in it (sodium glutamate). With this realization I can reject the idea that this is merely psychological, i.e. ''knowing something will trigger you makes it real'', as I had no clue it was in the meal. Apparently the wiki page mentions that blind tests have found no relationship between headaches and this substance but it does in my case.

Other foods (besides tomato soup) that, in the past, would give me migraines were smoked fish and some chocolates.

I also noticed I hardly got any issues in these colder months. In summer I get more which is probably me getting carried away not drinking enough on hot days. Finding another culprit in these colder months is a wonderful realization.
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