8 Triggers of Migraines and 6 Ways to Kiss Your Headache Goodbye

Headache, Migraine
"A migraine is like a tornado; it attacks fast without any warning and wreaks havoc. " Migraines usually start during the teenage years or early in adult life, affecting more women than men with a ratio of three to one. Migraines are caused from constricted (tightening) arteries that supply blood flow to the brain. When the arteries constrict, blood flow to the brain is reduced as well as the brains oxygen supply. The brain reacts by dilating (enlarging) arteries to meet the brain's need for energy. The dilation spreads to the arteries in the neck and scalp and is the culprit of the pain in migraines. If you live with migraines, make sure to have your Doctor rule out an underlying illness or other medical conditions that mimic migraines with…
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