Top 10 Dallas – Fort Worth Migraine Causes – 2019

  • December 3, 2019
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Our plants: High pollen counts in Dallas – Fort Worth, including tree pollen (Spring), and grass pollen (Summer), and ragweed pollen (Fall) can cause some people’s immune systems to overreact in a way that increases the chance of a migraineTop .

Our traffic: Stress can trigger migraines and commuting around Dallas – Fort Worth – constructions zones, jerks, tolls, and all those cars – is super stressful.

Our food: Chocolate, aged cheese, processed food, artificial sweeteners, even Texas barbecue can trigger migraine headache in certain people, even if they are not “allergic” to these foods.

Our eyes, ears, and noses: Bright lights, loud noises, Axe body spray. If you are susceptible to migraine headache, never chaperone a middle school dance.

Our love lives: Some people get migraines after sex. Or other physical exertion.

Our hormones: Changes in estrogen levels before or during menstruation, or during pregnancy or menopause, may bring on migraines for some women. Hormone medications like birth control pills or estrogen replacement therapies may do the same.

Our Politics: Arguing with unreasonable relatives about Beto and Ted – and stifling the urge to make impolite hand gestures – can trigger migraine headache in some people.

Our Weather: A change in barometric pressure can trigger migraines. Happens all the time around here. It’s worse in Seattle, if that makes you feel any better.

Our Z’s:  Insufficient sleep – and sometimes too much sleep – can trigger migraines in some people.

Our ‘Boys: Some Cowboys fans get keyed up and anxious during games. Beer may be present. Neurochemicals get released, not always endorphins. Some Cowboys fans get post-game migraines.

Locations

1305 Airport Freeway
Suite 205
Bedford, TX 76021
Phone: (817) 267-6290
Fax: 817-267-0950
 
4525 Heritage Trace Parkway
Suite 117
Keller, TX 76244
Phone: (817) 267-6290
Fax: 817-267-0950