Migraine Trigger: Dehydration
Dehydration is a top migraine trigger. So stay hydrated.
Three reasons why dehydration triggers migraines.
1. Increased Oxidative Stress
2. Increased Histamine
Histamine is released to stimulate thirst (study link).
Histamine is a common migraine trigger.
3. Increased Glutamate and Inflammation
Dehydration increases the migraine trigger glutamate (study link).
Inflammation will also increase oxidative stress—the largest migraine trigger (study link).
Dehydration is a migraine trigger (study link).
Hydration is more elusive, however. Water alone does not hydrate you.
To learn how to hydrate with minerals and prevent migraines, click here.