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Sugar and Migraines: How Your Cravings Hurt

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Low blood sugar from skipping meals can trigger a migraine

If you’re really intrigued by the research behind the sugar and Migraines, and how it relates to insulin and blood glucose levels, read this by Headache and Migraine News author James Cottrill. It’s very real, and very manageable.

Craving sweets is human, built into our taste buds and bodies, and even mothers milk. Sweet foods make our brains release a hit of dopamine, the best pleasure chemical we produce. Just imagine suffering from a Migraine for four days, finally getting past the pain, frustration and sadness to feeling normal again. You treat yourself to a yummy chocolate chip cookie, just the fix your brain is craving to lift the you’ve been enduring. For many Migraine sufferers, this simple and logical decision illustrates the powerful and potentially risky relationship between sugar and Migraines.

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  • cluelessdoctors says:

    Sugar causes migraine Mary because sugar block hydration. I discuss a lot about this in my migraine group on Facebook and an article will be put up today on the connection of sugar and migraine.

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  • Headaches are a common symptom of hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar

    Sugar causes migraine Mary because sugar block hydration. I discuss a lot about this in my migraine group on Facebook and an article will be put up today on the connection of sugar and migraine.

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