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By Migraine Momma / Friday 22 March 2019 07:00 / United States - Gainesville
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By  Charlie Given  |  20

The most common triggers for migraines are artificial colors, sweeteners, preservatives, also any type of salami or sausage, dairy intolerances, MSG, chocolates, wine ,beer, alcohol's, certain types of fruits and vegetables and spices, some common one's are cilantro ,parsley, spinach for example. It's a difficult road trying to figure out migraine triggers and it could even be other things that aren't related to the food like allergies, so good luck OP

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By  Charlie Given  |  20

If you're getting relief from emptying your stomach than it's probably something you're eating is triggering your migraines try varying your diet to see if that helps and you also may want to go see a doctor to make sure you don't have an intestinal blockage or some other gastrointestinal issue that's causing your migraines

By  Charlie Given  |  20

The most common triggers for migraines are artificial colors, sweeteners, preservatives, also any type of salami or sausage, dairy intolerances, MSG, chocolates, wine ,beer, alcohol's, certain types of fruits and vegetables and spices, some common one's are cilantro ,parsley, spinach for example. It's a difficult road trying to figure out migraine triggers and it could even be other things that aren't related to the food like allergies, so good luck OP

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  alycion  |  32

Mine are easy. Hormones, nutrasweet, perfumey scents, bright lights, and lupus flare ups. Most is controllable. But the lupus likes to send my hormones wonky. I get an excuse to sleep all day though. And with flare ups, I need to.

By  Chazzster  |  20

Sometimes migraines are triggered by food sensitivities. Different people have different sensitivity’s. In my case my big trigger was one of the medications I was taking and nitrates/nitrites found in cured meats and sausages - and to a lesser degree nuts and intense artificial food colors.