By Winslow - Histamines are defined as substances that cause allergic reactions, dilate blood vessels, and make the vessel walls abnormally react. Histamine is part of the body's natural allergic response to substances. But... histamines can be a no-no for migraines. According to Migraine.Com... Histamine can be a migraine trigger, even if a person has … Continue reading Histamines: A Migraine Trigger?
By Jennifer - Having Chronic Hemiplegic Migraine has taken a lot of things from me, but none has been more frustrating than some of the food I can no longer eat. Figuring out food triggers is especially difficult because it is not easy to track. A migraine triggered by food may not happen for up … Continue reading 3 Ways I’ve Eliminated Migraine Trigger Foods
By Emily - If you’ve read my about me page you might already know I have not had a migraine since last fall. I have had some close calls with auras and other prodrome symptoms -- defined as the first beginning stage of a migraine attack -- without the headache phase to follow, as well as … Continue reading Migraine Life with Diet & Chemical Sensitivities