Migraine Triggers And Risk Factors: The Quick Guide

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Migraines can come on quickly and, seemingly, out of the blue without any warning. However, if you’ve had migraines for a while you start to notice signs when a migraine attack is on its way. Although migraines are not fully understood, we know the environment and genetics are involved. Identifying and avoiding your triggers can help you prevent future attacks.

So on to the nitty gritty…

Migraine Triggers And Risk Factors

Migraine Triggers

Related: 10 Signs You’re Having A Migraine

migraine triggers and risk factors
Soft cheeses and nuts are a migraine trigger for some people.

Migraine Risk Factors

Related: 10 Effective Treatments For Migraines

 

migraine triggers and risk factors

The Takeaway

Knowing your migraine triggers and the risk factors involved is an excellent preventative tool. Also, keeping a migraine diary can help you recognize common patterns. I’ve found an app that serves this purpose and I absolutely love it! It’s called Migraine Buddy and it is free.

You can learn more about it here: Migraine Buddy: THE App For People With Migraines

Also, if you have a child who suffers from migraines you might find Migraine Headaches In Children: Types, Symptoms & Treatments helpful.


What are your migraine triggers? 

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    1. Hey there, Kimberly! I’m so sorry to hear that your daughter is dealing with migraines at such a young age. Some of our kids have dealt with getting horrible headaches we thought were possibly migraines, but they don’t happen too often so it hasn’t been easy to figure out. Many of their severe headaches seem to be related to not drinking enough water so they’ve been working on that and it has helped a bit. My best to you and your daughter. Thanks.

  1. This is so interesting! I never knew there were so many triggers, I think for me mainly is being dehydrated, I feel so much better once I drink water. Thank you for sharing this!

  2. Very informative article. I used to have really bad migraines, and I found later that it was due to dehydration. I had only been drinking about 16 ounces of water a day.

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