Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Migraines cause by Allergies and other reactions

In many instances, its hard for us to know if we have allergy in food that we eat or other things that surround us, because allergies also can be known in many ways.

Mild allergies like rash, itchy, watery eyes, and congestion do not spread in other parts of the body.

Moderate allergies like difficultly breathing migraine and itchiness are a symptom that affects other parts of the body.

Severe allergic reactions like vomiting, cramps, diarrhea, mental confusion and dizziness, abdominal pain and varying degrees of swellings that can make breathing and swallowing difficult. Are rare life –threatening emergency in which sudden response of the body to the allergen affects the whole body.

Symptoms of allergies like rashes, hives, joint pain, mimicking arthritis, headaches can be cause too by other health disorder.

The most common food that most people got their allergies are milk, egg, seafood, wheat, nuts seeds, chocolate, orange, and tomato.

Some allergies symptoms can not be seen on babies because their intestine are not that mature, in their seventh month some of the symptoms can be seen.

Migraines are also example of reactions that we get in food that we eat, because it has tryamine, phenethylamine, monosoduim glutamate, and also sodium nitrate. Examples of food that has chemical like this are chocolate, aged cheese, sour cream, red wine, pickled herring, chicken livers, avocado, cured meats and ripe banana.

Migraines cause by allergies can be cured successfully by just taking supplements particularly Vitamin B and niacin.



1 comments:

cchiovitti said...

Just taking vitamins probably won't help if you continue to be exposed to what you're allergic too - they may reduce symptoms, though. This is particulary true of food allergies. Most people aren't even aware that they have a sensitivity or allergy to something in their diet.

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