Smells Can Quickly Lead to Migraine

radjab By radjab, 7th Jan 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/gu3lpj97/
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Some people often suffer more migraines. The same headaches bothered him worthy of his dizziness in general. And, up to now there are various kinds of known triggers. For example, increasing a sense of stress, the body's hormone levels change, weather changes, sleep disorders, diet, until the light flashes.

There are causes that trigger migraine is not easily detected, ie odors

But you know what? There are causes that trigger migraine is not easily detected, ie odors. According to a study from the University of Liverpool found, the smell of food or certain household items can cause a migraine. The smell of garlic, the smell of fatty foods, and other fragrance can be very sensitive for some people. In their study, researchers found 50 percent of the volunteers experienced a migraine because of the smells.

Effect of odor to migraines going fast enough. Of the 70 percent who received the researchers report, a migraine attack occurs only a few minutes after exposure to odors. Most of the volunteers claimed to suffer from this pain after the smell of onion and garlic. Events sensitivity to smell is called osmophobia. Other smells that could cause migraines include perfume, spray products, air fresheners, fried foods, cigarette smoke, and cleaning.

Quoted from Genius Beauty, the problem is that most cases of migraine because it often goes undetected osmophobia trigger objects. The smell affects the trigeminal nerve, causing inflammation. The smell could also induce contraction of blood vessels.

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Causes Migraine, Garlic, Migraine, Smells, The Smell Of

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