Migraines are still an unsolved mystery in the world of medicine, but scientists believe that they appear because of an abnormal brain activity. They can be triggered both emotionally and physically.
- Emotional triggers: depression, tension, stress and shock.
- Hormonal changes: menstruation or menopause headaches.
- Dietary triggers: poor nutrition, alcohol, chocolate and caffeine drinks.
- Environmental triggers: climate change, as well as smoking.
Migraines signify a very intense pain, so you must learn how to prevent, as well as how to treat them.