9 Common Migraine Triggers

Proceed with caution around these items...and you could save yourself a big headache.

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Caffeine


People with sensitivity to caffeine can develop migraines after drinking coffee, black tea, green tea, cola soft drinks, or other caffeinated beverages. But caffeine can also be used to stop a migraine that is just beginning — that’s why many over-the-counter migraine medications contain caffeine. Test your personal response to caffeine: If it gives you headaches, avoid it.

 

These healthy habits can help keep migraines at bay.