Can Drinking Alcohol Cause Migraines?
All of us who suffer with migraines know how very painful they can be, not to mention that they often put you out of action for quite some time. As we’ve discussed before, because of that, it is important for you to know what causes your migraines.
The most common trigger in women is hormonal changes related to the menstrual cycle. These changes generally decrease after menopause. Of course, hormonal changes are not the only triggers to migraines. Other possible causes of migraine include feeling tired or tense, stress, changes in the weather or atmospheric conditions, and certain foods and drinks. Thinking about some of these possible triggers and causes, it makes sense to think that the use of alcohol may play a role in the development of migraines.
Many people suffer from migraines – some more often than others. However often you are bombarded with the pain, nausea and other symptoms of migraines, there are a few home remedies that can be helpful. There are so many triggers for migraines but here are three “biggies:” Stress, Food Allergies, Hormonal Changes
I’m sure you’ve experienced, like I have, the aftermath of a really bad night’s sleep where you find yourself ordering a sticky, sweet doughnut or gooey cheese Danish with your huge cup of coffee, sending you in a downward spiral of hunger and cravings, which results in storing fat throughout your day as blood-sugar levels spike and crash. Hormonal imbalances underlie these eating disasters. You see, lack of sleep adversely affects many of your hormones, so you’re much more likely to store fat than burn fat.