Thursday, December 10, 2009

I seem to get a headache within 10 minutes after eating. Whether i eat a meal, or just a snack. any

I have tried changing the type of food I eat. Still I get headaches after I eat. The headaches vary in degree of pain. Sometimes they can be classified as a migraine. On the average the degree of pain is on a scale of 1 to 10 ( 10 being unbearable) a 6. Any suggestions



I seem to get a headache within 10 minutes after eating. Whether i eat a meal, or just a snack. any ideas?chinese theater



Check your blood pressure certain foods can have an increase in sodium which will raise blood pressure and give you a nasty migraine. Also if you are gradually changing your food thats better than an abrupt diet change. But like I said check the salt intake then your blood pressure at your local walmart pharmacy. Good luck If this doesn't help I would make an appointment with the doctor it could also be hormonal.



I seem to get a headache within 10 minutes after eating. Whether i eat a meal, or just a snack. any ideas?opera mini opera theater



try chewing your food
cut out the caffine then eat soup for about a week and stay away from cheeses
Are you aware of other symptoms that occur with this migraine like pain?



If you have nausea and frequent urination or thirst as well then it may be a sign that you could have diabetes mellitus.



It may be that your body, in particular the hormone insulin's function may be declining/dysfunctional. High blood glucose levels can lead to headaches amongst other symptoms which is the body's natural way of saying 'hey I'm having a problem here!'



You might want to discuss with your doctor.
Maybe its the environment around your eatting area. ie. Gas leak, animals into food, is mouse poison close to food?
The only way to find out if you're suffering from allergies, for example to additives like aspartame or soy, which is in everything, along with common allergy triggers like dairy, is to take drastic action, and fast for a couple of days, just taking some fresh juices. Then, one at a time, reintroduce each food in isolation, checking for symptoms. As long as you keep each food isolated, it will be easy to identify what is not agreeing with you.



The other thing to consider is that you may be dehydrated, and needing water.
do you have pain in your jaw too? TMJ can cause headaches
This seems like a symptom of food allergy but honestly, you need to see a doctor for a proper diagnosis for your problem. There are diseases that also present these types of symptoms such as celiacs disease.

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