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Headache/ Migraine

Headaches are the number one health complaint, and affect nearly everyone at some point in their lives. Though most cases of headache do not represent serious health concerns, in some instances they can be signs of deeper, more serious health problems.

Headaches caused by allergies or sensitivities are one of the most prevalent types of headaches, and typically occur within four to 12 hours after exposure to the offending substance. Substances that can trigger allergy headaches can potentially be anything, ranging from chemicals, foods and jewelry, to personal hygiene products, scents, and even another’s touch.

Allergies are estimated to cause as much as 70 percent of all headache cases in the U.S. each year. Despite how common allergy headaches are they often are misdiagnosed because of the range of symptoms they can cause. The key to effective treatment lies in first determining what substance or substances trigger the headache and then eliminating them, while simultaneously helping the body to build up its resistance to further allergic reactions. Though it can sometimes require time and patience to accomplish these goals, allergy headaches, overall, are among the least difficult headaches to resolve.

Migraine Headaches is believed to be the result of blood flow changes and certain chemical changes in the brain leading to constriction of arteries supplying blood to the brain and the release of certain brain chemicals – that result in severe head pain, stomach upset, and visual disturbances. Migraines can be caused by hormonal imbalances, food allergies and chronic dehydration. Stress and habitual worrying can be large contributors, as well as environmental pollutants.

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