There is no cure for it as of yet. No need to beat around the bush and protend there is a cure. NO CURE!

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Migraine prevention. The truth and the facts?

I was looking for migraine prevention information on the web just now and Guess what I’ve found? 0 = nothing.

The same old stuff everyone is talking about. Nothing useful, only repeated junk. Nobody has a clue as of what causing migraines or else not talking about it, because it’s much easier to copy and paste and edit the same information found on internet sites than to write something new. As a result, all those who are looking for information see the same everywhere.

As a former migraine sufferer myself (40+ years) I would like to mention, I can eat and do anything I want without getting migraines as long as I am taking my daily treatment.
I also would like to to talk about the first primary reason why people get migraine headaches.

If we are looking at a so called “heat map” that marks the regions where most migraine sufferers live we would find that most of them are located in the far east countries of India, China, Indonesia, Philippines, the Arab countries and countries where the food is cooked with many spices

and that is the first primary reason. Why? Because spicy food is a primary trigger for migraines. People in those countries mixing many different spices in their diet for taste and color and smell. Not uncommon to find 20 or more different spices in their food. Starting with onion and tea, which are some of the culprits.

Spices are natural ingredients and until we know exactly what elements they contain individually and what reaction they have with each other when used or cooked together (just like medication when mixed) until than, we won’t know why do they cause migraines.

To top it off, in most of those countries fried food is the primary diet. Frying meat and spices cause yet a different reaction with each other.
People would be able to cut their migraine headaches in half if they would just avoid some of those spices and stop frying them. But which ones?

Other triggers are caused by the fact that many of those people are poor and don’t have enough to eat and go hungry. Hunger is another culprit of migraines.
So is the location of those countries. Why? Because of the heat of the sun. Hot temperatures are also the cause of migraines, along with high humidity especially if the two of them are combined.

Not because we don’t like warm, but because it is uncomfortable. The shirt is sticking to one’s back, sweaty armpits, sweaty head and eyebrows, knowing there is no relief from the heat in sight. Knowing the heat and sweat will continue tomorrow, can’t sleep at night because of the heat and humidity, mosquitoes, bugs, lack of jobs, lack of food, lack of money, stress, depression, and the list can go on.

With these later ones the psychological effect is the cause of migraines.
So as we see those people don’t have a chance of using conventional methods of any kind of treatment unless they give up some of their tradition, food, spices and lifestyles.

I know it’s hard to give any of those up, because they born into it, grow up with them and it’s their tradition. So what alternatives do they have?
(Having no money, being isolated because of the lack of money to buy a computer for researching information worldwide or to travel or lack of money even for doctors that might be able to help them). Not much!

Going by what the others tell them. “lay down, go to sleep, drink more water, take it easy” etc. Of course they can’t do any of those because they have to be out there chasing money so they can buy food for their kids and to pay for their living expenses. Beside the psychological and all other triggers, a physical trigger is also punishing them.

Many of these triggers are applicable to sufferers in other parts of the world. Much more could be added to the list of triggers, like smells, lack of sleep, stress, tiredness, nervousness, the position of the head at night on the pillow, fast moving objects in traffic or on the street, crowd, noise, light, glare, fear of the unknown, anticipation, meeting strangers, talking to strangers, alcohol, smoking, smoke, indecisiveness,
procrastination, low performance, embarrassment, etc, etc.

So in the end, migraines can be triggered by physical as well as psychological events.

The prevention will depend on the individual and what can they afford. There are treatments and there are treatments out there. Some works and some not. Everyones reaction to treatment is different. We know that none of the pain killers are able to stop migraines once they develop. (perhaps some class A drugs like morphine or similar) . We know that aroma therapy, massage, etc. not working either. The much touted feverfew, butterbur and botox are not working.

There are other natural elements that can stop migraines from developing. These elements prevent migraines from starting thus they are the perfect treatment. We all looking for the treatment of the pain instead of looking for the prevention, which is the key to fight migraine headaches. The pain develops because something started it. Find what starts it and voile, no more migraines. Or if can’t find what starts it, or like the food and lifestyle too much, find what neutralize the ingredients and voile, no more migraines.

Migraine trigger information

There are so many pages of migraine cure info out there that says the same over and over again. Some claims it’s easy as pie, others just list food triggers, yet others just mention a few words about migraine headaches in general and build a few pages around that and about ssrs and triptans and migra.. whatever.

They have no idea of what they are talking about and no idea of what migraine is. They’ve found a niche and copied and pasted a few sentences and built a website around that.

Aren’t people bored with that same info just about anywhere they go, when searching for migraine headache relief?

I mean there is no real new info in those pages about migraine headaches.
I admit we have no idea of what causing it to start with and don’t know how to cure it. But some sites claims the blood vessels gets enlarged and than shrinks and causing uneven pressure and causing migraines, some claims there is a hole in the heart, some claims hormonal inbalances, and others claim something else.

In reality we have no idea! We know of some triggers, but that’s about it.

Some foods, spices, onions, heat, the sun, reflection of light, the weather, the surrounding, our mood, the way we’ve slept the night before, crowd, noise, smells, sudden movement of the head or the eye, going out of our comfort zone, not knowing what’s going to happen next, work pressure, fear of the unknown, anticipation of something, the sixth sense, (like when you have a sense of something and it’ll happen in the next few minutes) with me at least, many times I was thinking of something or of someone and for a fraction of a second I had a strong feeling of the outcome of whatever I was doing or thinking of. Like when you think of someone and in the next minute the phone rings and that person is calling you).

I would be in the store and while trying to see some item someone walks in front of me out of the blue blocking my view as soon as I would get a clear view of the item. I had this sense many times and sure enough most of the time someone walked in front of me. Or else, driving the car and no one around but before I get to the traffic circle I have a strong sense of someone coming right when I get there and I have to stop to let them go because they have the right of way and sure enough out of the clear street no one around and someone will be at the traffic circle just when I get there.

Or else I make tea and for a split second I can see I will spill it and it’ll happen while I am really careful not to spill it.

I am not even sure what to call these split second sights but they triggered my migraines once in a while.

Causes and triggers are many. Almost anything can trigger migraine headaches. Could the underlying be mental and physical?

It’s a thought, just as valid as anything else out there.

Migraine headaches triggers

What triggers migraine headaches?

    • Certain foods can trigger migraines.

    Foods that may trigger migraines:

    • Aged, canned, cured or processed meat, including bologna, game, ham, herring, hot dogs, pepperoni and sausage
    • Aged cheese
    • Alcoholic beverages, especially red wine
    • Aspartame
    • Avocados
    • Beans, including pole, broad, lima, Italian, navy, pinto and garbanzo
    • Brewer’s yeast, including fresh yeast coffee cake, donuts and sourdough bread
    • Caffeine (in excess)
    • Canned soup or bouillon cubes
    • Chocolate, cocoa and carob
    • Cultured dairy products, such as buttermilk and sour cream
    • Figs
    • Lentils
    • Meat tenderizer
    • Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
    • Nuts and peanut butter
    • Onions, except small amounts for flavoring
    • Papaya
    • Passion fruit
    • Pea pods
    • Pickled, preserved or marinated foods, such as olives and pickles, and some snack foods
    • Raisins
    • Red plums
    • Sauerkraut
    • Seasoned salt
    • Snow peas
    • Soy sauce

    Also some other migraine triggers

  • Smell.
  • Light.
  • Noise.
  • Driving in traffic.
  • Being in crowd.
  • Unexpected events.
  • Anticipation of something.
  • Looking forward to something.
  • Bad pillow.
  • Bad sleep.
  • Being warm old cold during the night.
  • Sitting in front of the computer for more than a few minutes.
  • Bad posture while sitting.
  • Anxiety.
  • Anger.
  • Alcohol.
  • Night out.
  • Flying.

and many more things can trigger migraines.