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Posted on 06-05-2012
2. Foods: Many of your favorite foods may be behind your migraines, and cutting them out of your diet can help. Common offenders include aged cheese, chocolate, beer, wine, excessive caffeine, processed foods, MSG, and salty foods. Rather than doing a ban of these foods, our Mooresville chiropractor suggests keeping a food diary for several months and looking for patterns of what foods you tend to eat right before the onset of a migraine.
4. Sensory Overload: Extreme sensory stimuli can trigger headaches, and keeping yourself out of range from these stimuli is an effective prevention strategy. Some examples of common triggers include strong scents, loud noises, and flickering lights, like when watching a movie in the dark or driving with glare. Avoid the ones that you notice may be triggering headaches.
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