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What causes chronic migrains?

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In brief: Triggers

Migraine is a hereditary condition where the victim is highly sensitive to any event that affects the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamine.
Triggers include jaw and dental problems, neck/disc issues, thoracic outlet, head injury, barometric pressure change, various foods or additives, bright sunshine, perfumes, alternating bright colors, lack of sleep, etc.

In brief: Triggers

Migraine is a hereditary condition where the victim is highly sensitive to any event that affects the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamine.
Triggers include jaw and dental problems, neck/disc issues, thoracic outlet, head injury, barometric pressure change, various foods or additives, bright sunshine, perfumes, alternating bright colors, lack of sleep, etc.
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Dr. David Rosenfeld
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In brief: Many Possibilities

Hormonal changes food food additives stress alcohol sensory stimuli changes in sleep pattern changes in environment physical factors.

In brief: Many Possibilities

Hormonal changes food food additives stress alcohol sensory stimuli changes in sleep pattern changes in environment physical factors.
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