Many dietary triggers can cause a migraine. Skipping meals and dehydration are two of the most common factors which can lead to a migraine. A change of diet can result in fluctuation of blood sugars and vitamin levels. Other dietary factors include dehydration, excessive consumption of alcohol, the food additive tyramine, a sensitivity to caffeine, chocolate, citrus fruits and some types of cheese. If you think these factors may be causing your migraines, then it's important to talk to your doctor about removing these elements from your diet.
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