Researchers have finally found proof regarding well-known suspects of migraine triggers.
The good news is that you can indeed indulge in some of them if you do it the right way.
Even though migraine sufferers have reported for many decades that red wine and certain weather changes can trigger migraines, there has never been proof until recently.
Part of the challenge was because these two suspects don’t affect all sufferers, and even those that are affected aren’t always affected with every exposure.
Study authors following participants from Brazil studied the effects of different varieties of wine.
What they noticed along with the regularity and predictability of the migraine was that certain varieties were worse than others for severity.
Those wines high in tannins like Malbecs and Tanats caused a higher frequency of migraines and they were also more severe. This led doctors commenting on the study to conclude that if you do have migraine headaches and like red wine, stick to those with lower tannin content.
Doctors were presented with another study that tracked migraine sufferers over the course of an entire year. Researchers found that weather changes from mild to cold days were associated with a more than 20% higher likelihood of triggering a mild headache.
Days going from mild to warmer still caused problems but not as frequently as cooler weather.
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