Be Careful If Migraine, Eating Carbohydrates and Sugar So Triggers?

Gala – Some people complain of headaches after eat food certain especially high sugar or carbohydrate processed.

Like a piece of chocolate cake or a bowl of pasta, and that aligns with a 2018 study that concluded nearly 30 percent of patients reported consuming food certain trigger headaches.

However, the new study, according to professor of neurology at King’s College London and the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. Peter Goadsby, shows most likely isn’t it food which causes migrainebut migraine that causes people to eat food certain.

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He, as quoted from Channel News Asia explained, during the early stages of the attack migraine or the so-called prodrome phase which can begin a few hours to a few days before the headache phase strikes, people may experience symptoms such as fatigue, brain fog, mood swings, light sensitivity, muscle stiffness, yawning and increased urination.

During this time, he adds, brain imaging studies have shown the hypothalamus, the region of the brain that regulates hunger, is activated, causing people to want and desire. eat food certain.

“It’s pretty clear this area changes activity before the pain starts. Some people crave savory or salty snacks, while others crave sweets and chocolates,” says Dr. Goadsby.

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Then, after they indulge their cravings and headache phase migraine started, it was natural for people to wonder if something they eat contribute to pain, says Neurologist and Headache Treatment at the Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Ariz., Dr. Rashmi Halker Singh.

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