Various Migraines Triggers
If you suffer from migraine, no matter if its
twice a year, once a month or daily, you may
identify that certain things bring on your migraine
faster than others. These are called many things
such as precognitions, auras, headache signs,
but all in one they are called triggers, because
they trigger the migraine to attack
Everyones triggers vary from one person
to the next and are just as unique as you are.
In other words something that may trigger your
migraine may not even affect the next person.
Triggers also are known to change and vary
from migraine to migraine. One day your migraine
can be triggered by say loud noises and the
next migraine you have may be triggered by a
strong smell that in some way disturbs you.
This is uncertain why it varies and will never
be entirely understood why this is. The only
thing that is certain is that when a migraine
strikes it is cause by a trigger, unknown or
not. It is possible that they bring on a chemical
change therefore causing a migraine headache.
Learning to identify all the possible triggers
will help you identify which ones may or may
not be causing your attacks. By learning to
identify the triggers will benefit you by helping
you possibly control your migraines.
Once you can identify what may be triggering
your attack, you can try to avoid that certain
trigger. Seeing how you cant always avoid
triggers, identifying with the triggers can
help you prepare yourself for a possible migraine.
Here is an example: for some weather conditions
are a trigger that causes migraines for some
people and aware that that is one of your triggers
you can have migraine medicine to help yourself
through the symptoms for that particular day.
There are many over the counter medicines that
can help you through your mild or moderate migraines.
If your migraines persist and are extremely
server you may need to consult a physician.
The physician will want to know what triggers
your migraine headaches and the conditions from
one attack to the next.
To help yourself identify what may or may not
be the triggers that set of your attacks, some
people take records of the events, surroundings,
and anything that may have been a trigger in
a migraine or trigger diary. When you overview
your past attacks and have the same things happen
each time, such as weather conditions this will
help you identify your possible triggers.