What kind of foods do I eat for migraine?

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One of the most common health problems is a migraine, which is caused by severe recurring pain and may cause dizziness and allergies to sound, light, smell, and touch.

Migraine headaches may last from 4 to 70 hours, which is classified as one of the most common diseases causing medical disability in the world, and recently advised doctors to get rid of migraine pain by adding drops of lemon to coffee.

 According to a report published by the Indian site “Boldsky” that adding a few drops of lemon juice to a cup of coffee is an immediate treatment for headache, nausea and dizziness caused by the headache.

Where that report confirmed another study published by the site “positivemed”, where scientists interpreted the effectiveness of adding lemon to coffee .. We will quote what they published with the following lines:

“This drink is called the magic drink, as it is one of the Chinese methods they use to overcome migraine pain. Coffee contains caffeine and has vasoconstrictor properties. This means that coffee can interfere with migraine through a process called vasodilation, and the effect of adding lemon Or lemon juice in coffee reduces migraines.

“Coffee beans have a cold nature and bitter taste, which helps to reduce the energy of the liver (chi) that stagnated in the body and is one of the main reasons for feeling migraines. As for lemons, it has a high percentage of vitamin C and helps the body to purify itself from inside and outside. With lemon, it strengthens the digestive system, which can become slow during a migraine attack.

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