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What is a trigger?

What is a trigger?

A cause: A trigger causes something else to happen. Like eating chocolate can trigger a migraine for some folks. Or flashing lights can trigger a seizure for other folks. Was there a particular medical problem you're thinking about? ...Read more

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What triggers a coughing fit?

What triggers a coughing fit?

Allergies: Heartburn, inhaled toxins, or even allergic reaction can trigger a coughing fit. Also if you have a history of lung disease such as COPD or asthma then things like strenuous exercise or cold air could trigger them. ...Read more

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What foods trigger anxiety?

What foods trigger anxiety?

Food & Anxiety: Food additives, coloring & dyes, sweeteners such as high fructose corn syrup, flavorings like MSG, gluten, soy, dairy, caffeine, etc. ...Read more

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What triggers a gout attack?

What triggers a gout attack?

High purine food: Such as shellfish certain types of meats and alcohol increase the production of uric acid in the body. Get out occurs when the body cannot metabolize uric acid adequately. Medicines are taken to help get rid of the excess uric acid. If one counters this by eating foods that make more your casted then of course you are defeating the purpose of the medication. Hi was at York acid in the blood will c ...Read more

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What triggers a gout attack?

What triggers a gout attack?

Elevated Uric acid: Which canbe from overproducing it or under excreting it. Food or medication is usually inciting factor. ...Read more

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What are common headache triggers?

What are common headache triggers?

See below:: Many factors can cause or contribute to headache. Triggers include foods, chemicals, bright lights, lack of sleep, stress, sinus problems, crying, excess noise, and hormone fluctuations. Pinpointing headache triggers can greatly help in treatment and prophylaxis. ...Read more

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Which foods can trigger migraines?

Which foods can trigger migraines?

Lots: Alcohol, chocolate. Aged & processed cheeses [blue cheeses, brie, cheddar, stilton, feta, gorgonzola, mozzarella, muenster, parmesan, swiss] monosodium glutamate (msg), aspartame (nutrasweet), caffeine, nuts, nitrites/nitrates [aged, canned, cured, or processed meats, smoked/dried fish]. Glad you asked. Figuring out your food triggers can be a powerful way to control your migraines. Good luck. ...Read more

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What foods will trigger migraines?

What foods will trigger migraines?

This in individual: Food triggers vary from one migraineur to another. Common examples may include alcoholic beverages, certain aged cheeses, chocolate, yeasty breads, citrus. Creating a food diary may help identify specific triggers. ...Read more

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What are the food triggers for headaches?

What are the food triggers for headaches?

Depends on person: Headache trigger food depends on each person because body chemistry and reaction to certain foods is highly variable. While the most common triggers include chocolate, alcohol, food additives, caffeine & tyramine foods (here's a good list: http://www. Fdnow. Org/images/tyraminefreelist. Pdf) there is no complete list that covers everybody. Determine your personal triggers by keeping a food diary. ...Read more

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What causes me to develop trigger points?

What causes me to develop trigger points?

Trigger points: These are caused by damage to the muscles and superficial nerves. Injections of subcutaneous mannitol over the nerves and/or acupuncture can be very beneficial in correcting this problem. ...Read more

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What things trigger a migraine?

What things trigger a migraine?

Long list: Certain food, items, or fasting, hormonal changes, lack of sleep, certain smells bright lights, fatigue and a host of other environmental factors often unique to the individual. ...Read more

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What are common asthma triggers?

What are common asthma triggers?

Triggers...: Common asthma triggers include dust, pollen, upper respiratory infections, lung infections, exercise, cold air, food allergies, pet dander, mold, cigarette smoke, etc. ...Read more

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What are the major triggers of an epileptic fit?

What are the major triggers of an epileptic fit?

Sleep loss, alcohol: Common triggers include sleep deprivation, alcohol, low blood sugar, missed doses of seizure medication or side effects of prescribed medications such as wellbutrin (bupropion) or tramadol. Drugs of abuse such as Cocaine or stimulants can also trigger seizures. ...Read more

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What kind of myclonic episodes r caused by loud noise or flashing lights...Sensitivitry 2 heat & cold r trgger 2?

What kind of myclonic episodes r caused by loud noise or flashing lights...Sensitivitry 2 heat & cold r trgger 2?

Stimulus sensitive: Myoclonus is a severe neurological reaction that can occur in epilepsy, degenerative disease, brain infections, and toxic conditions. You need a through medical evaluation. The stimulus sensitive form is rare but well known. ...Read more

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Can yeast triger asthmas?

Can yeast triger asthmas?

Asthma: Yeast is a very vague term. People allergic to mold in the environment can have asthma triggered by them. There is a mold related allergic reaction that can occur resembling asthma called abpa but it is very rare. So not sure where is the yeast you are inquiring about. ...Read more

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How is asthma triggered by dust?

How is asthma triggered by dust?

Different Ways: Also thick particulates in the air can trigger asthma without allergies, such as a dust cloud. And see dr windisch's answer. ...Read more

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How to avoid triggers to overeat?

How to avoid triggers to overeat?

Overeat: Each person is different. Talk to a behavioral therapist or cognitive psychologist to find your individual triggers and learn to quench them and make more healthy alternative reactions. ...Read more

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How to avoid triggers of migraines?

How to avoid triggers of migraines?

Track triggers: Keep a headache diary so you can isolate your triggers and therefore avoid them. Be aware of certain foods, stress, light, lack of sleep, and times of the month. ...Read more

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Can your period be triggered and how?

Can your period be triggered and how?

Yes: Provera (medroxyprogesterone) for ten days is helpful. Usually within a week after you will have a period. ...Read more

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Aree visual hallucinations triggered by fear?

Aree visual hallucinations triggered by fear?

Not likely.: Visual hallucinations can be triggered by sleep deprivation, drugs, temporal lobe epilepsy, ; severe psychiatric illnesses. Seizures in the primary visual cortex of the brain may cause simple seizures like shadows, ; seizures in the visual association areas may cause more elaborate ones loss of sensory input from the eyes i.e. Nerve damage ; lesions in the brainstem can also cause them. ...Read more

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Hashimotos disease. Is there a virus that triggers / causes it?

Hashimotos disease. Is there a virus that triggers / causes it?

We do not know: People inherit the ability to make antibodies against their thyroid. Whether virus or bacteria or stress brings out this epigenetic possibility is speculation. ...Read more

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What triggers an episode in a bipolar person?

What triggers an episode in a bipolar person?

There are many: Potential triggers for bipolar disorder. Prescription medications are one (antidepressants, stimulants, steroids, decongestants, asthma inhalers ; antabuse) as well as caffeine ; illicit drugs. Lack of sleep, menses, head injury, ms ; infectious diseases are other causes. Psychosocial stressors may include death of loved one, divorce, loss of work, trauma ; financial problems. ...Read more

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What are the triggers of epileptic seizures?

Triggers for seizure: Here are a few, there are many more
flashing lights, sleep deprivation, missing meals, hyperventilation, taking medications that can cause seizures as a side effect, infections of the nervous system, illness in general lower threshold for seizures in epileptics. ...Read more

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What are some triggers for an epileptic seizure or blackout?

What are some triggers for an epileptic seizure or blackout?

Triggers for seizure: Sleep deprevation, failing to take all doses of prescribed anticonvulsants, stress and hyperventilation, low blood sugar, medications that can cause seizures as a side effect or combinations that can trigger seizures, flickering lights for those are light sensitive are some known triggers. ...Read more

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Which triggers nose bleeds?

Which triggers nose bleeds?

Nosebleeds: Nosebleeds are a common problem. There are multiple triggers. One of the most common is picking the nose. This happens in kids way more than in adults, but still occurs. Dryness is also very common. In cold climates, the colder it gets the less humid it becomes and this can lead to bleeding. Trauma, high blood pressure or bleeding disorders can lead to nosebleeds. Best to have an ENT look. ...Read more

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Could mononucleosis trigger celiac?

Could mononucleosis trigger celiac?

No definate link: No one knows what triggers genetically predisposed individuals to develop celiac's. There have been rare case reports of patients developing celiac following mono infections, but no published data linking the 2 things. ...Read more

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Why does food trigger my anexity?

Why does food trigger my anexity?

Food & Anxiety: Fears of choking? Concerns about eating in public? Food allergies? All are possibilities. Please see a mental health professional to sort this out. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What are the common triggers of syncope?

What are the common triggers of syncope?

Syncope triggers: The triggers for syncope depends on the type of syncope. For vasovagal or neurocardiogenic syncope the common triggers are dehydration and stimulants like caffeine, nicotine, decongestants and dietary aides or supplements. As always talk your doctor for more details. ...Read more

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What triggers puberty?

What triggers puberty?

Still largely unknow: We still do not know precisely, yet certain hormonal chemicals are well know to play a major role such as leptin, gpr54, kisspeptin and melatonin. ...Read more