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Wine Headache Cure
Why do I have a headache that starts a few minutes after 2 ounces of white wine, while other people have no problem?
Everyone's different: Headache from wine is suspected to be caused by histamine and tyramine in wine. Histamine can dilate blood vessels and tyramine can raise blood pressure which can lead to headaches. Some people seem less able to metabolize these two chemicals or are more sensitive to their effects. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Either one: Either one if you drink a lot. ...Read more
Yes, in some people: Drinking red wine causes headaches in some people, but white wine doesn't cause a problem. The cause for "red wine headache" is uncertain, but is likely due to a chemical in red wine. Also, drinking beer, wine, or liquor causes flushing (red skin) and some headache, in people who get too much aldehyde (from alcohol metabolism) when drinking alcohol. The aldehyde problem is a genetic condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Old wives tale that mixing beer and wine will make it more likely that you'll get a headache? What's the science behind it? Or is this just rubbish?
I would like to be able to have a glass of wine without getting a headache within a couple hours. Any suggestions (besides motrin)? Even tried organic
Difficult: The cause of headaches with moderate wine drinking is a mystery; some people find that red wines are worse than white; is this true for you? While much has been written about sulfites in wine (antibacterial), there is no good evidence that this is the culprit; there are many biological active compounds in wine and any one of them could be a culprit for any person; some say delectus wines are diffe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I keep getting severe headaches every night at the same time after having a glass of red wine and dinner?
It's a migraine: Wine is a common migraine trigger. Cluster headaches are also triggered by alcohol and often occur at the same time every night, but they usually start immediately after ingesting alcohol. Sulfites occur naturally, but are also added to wine as a preservative and are at least in part are responsible for headaches. Vodka is less likely to cause headaches because it is pure alcohol, but it also can. ...Read more
Small amt alcohol (1/4 gl wine, etc) cause chills/sweats, headache, shaking, floating feeling. No flush, big person, caucasian, one drink rarely. Why?
Can my low-functioning gallbladder affect how i handle alcohol? I have a headache the next day from even 1/2 glass of wine or 1/2 a beer.
I always get a slight headache+nasal congestion after my 1st beer..this goes away by the 3rd beer.. same with wine. Why? How to make this go away?
Gustatory Rhinitis: Non-allergic or gustatory rhinitis is acute onset of running and congestion after exposure to certain foods or drinks. Your symptoms might be explained by your exposure to alcoholic beverages. Certain nasal spray's can dry the nasal passages and can be used prior to exposure to decrease frequency and severity of symptoms. Ask your Allergist for more details. ...Read more
Can Gerd cause dizzy spells and headache. currently on pariet suddenly not working? do drink wine
Drank 4l of water in approx. 1,5 hrs, plus two glasses of wine. Four hours later no headache, but light headed. Is water intoxication still an option?
No: try to slow your intake down next time. You will urinate the excess water thanks to the wine. Avoid this also "when wine becomes your water". ...Read more
Got concussed 2weeks ago. Ct scan good. Occasional mild headaches still. Also mild chest pain /cramp. Related? And can I sparingly drink wine?
Prevention: Multiple preventative meds present, including topirimate, depakote, beta-blockers, botox, but also otc, such as riboflavin, butterbur, feverfew, magnesium, co-q-10. Some foods act as triggers and lists can be "googled". Bright lights and strong odors can be problems also. Discuss with your doc and try one or more of the above. ...Read more
Depends on cause: First you need a diagnosis of the cause. Headaches (has) can be caused by muscle tension, migraines, tumors, infections, etc. Once you know the cause, it's easier to determine a treatment. Ex: many has diagnosed as recurrent 'tension' has are actually due to treatable problems in the neck, head bones, upper back, ribs, etc. An osteopathic dr. (unlike most md's) can diagnose & treat these causes. ...Read more
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