Migraine Headaches and Caffeine
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Is caffeine good or bad for migraines? Watch to find out.
0:00 Migraine headaches and caffeine
0:20 Caffeine and migraine studies
1:00 Migraine triggers
1:19 Migraine headache remedies
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In this video, we’re going to talk about migraine headaches and caffeine.
When I was in practice, I would regularly find that my client who had migraines also drank a lot of coffee. If you don’t already know, caffeine can actually be a trigger for migraines.
87% of Americans drink coffee. On average, they consume 164mg of caffeine each day.
Studies show that two or more caffeinated beverages each day can trigger migraines. 3-4 caffeinated beverages a day increases your risk of migraines by 1.5X, and five servings increase your risk by 2X.
Other migraine triggers include:
• Low blood sugar
• Loud noises
• Bright lights
I’ve narrowed down some remedies for migraine headaches.
1. Decrease or eliminate your caffeine
2. Take magnesium
3. Go on a healthy keto diet
4. Increase your sodium
5. Massage your gallbladder
6. Take sea kelp
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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up why caffeine can cause migraine headaches. I’ll see you in the next video.