Migraines are known as headaches that primarily take away the ability to function normally. It is primarily a state of unbearable pain that causes many people to stay at home in darkened rooms.
The pain that occurs is pulsating and generally occurs on one side of the head. Pain is usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting and, of course, sensitivity to light and sound. The causative agents of this condition are mainly the lack of sleep and of course poor eating habits.
Did you know that avoiding certain foods can greatly prevent the onset of unbearable headaches? It is believed to be very useful information that can help avoid frequent sick leave.
Oily foods are at the very top of foods to avoid. First of all, we are referring to the saturated fats found in meat, cheese, butter and unfortunately ice cream. Forgo vegetable oil such as corn, sunflower saffron.
The problem lies in the fact that it is the vegetable oils that are rich in omega-6 fatty acids that stimulate various inflammation and pain. However, in order to avoid thinking that all fat should be avoided, there should be extracted fat from the fish. It is this fat that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids that help reduce pain and, of course, inflammation.
According to a recent study, it turned out that all those who reduced their fat intake could notice after a short time that their headaches had decreased by as much as 70%. This is by no means negligible, not to mention that the intensity of headaches has also been reduced.
Red wine, ripe cheeses, various meat products, dairy products, chocolate, wheat and of course artificial sweeteners were also found among the culprits. However, it should be noted that the link between headaches and foods is still under debate.
Namely, it is known that every person is different, so the mentioned foods act in different ways. It goes without saying that there are people who can consume chocolate and red wine without any consequences, while there are those who have a headache immediately.
It depends on your health status. Of course if you can at least reduce your intake of certain foods. It certainly won't hurt.
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