I can not remember who posted about milk effecting Migraines, but Thank You so much!
Several months ago, I started getting the worst Migraines ever. It felt like someone was taking a screw driver and piercing my head right where my spine attached. My ears burned and ached aswell. The pain was so great, that all I could do was beg the ER to nock me out. After giving up Milk, the new Migraines are gone. I tested it and I ate a bowl of cereal and drank all my milk. With in 5 hours, the Migraine came back with a vengeance. Giving up milk, may be one of the hardest things I have ever done. I start to feel better and I tell myself a little butter or cocoa will be ok. Then I get slammed again.
I still have to other kinds of Migraines. I have with time and meds been able to manage these. For those who have developed new intense Migraines or Pain, rethinking what you put into your boby may help.
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