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Tips to avoid triggering of migraine - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   Hi
User :   Doctor, I have been suffering from Migraine for last two months
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   can u tell me
User :   and I am taking sybelium everyday...
Doctor :   ur age
Doctor :   k
User :   25 yrs
Doctor :   since how long u have been diag as migraine
User :   but I dont see any cure there though I am taking the medicine
Doctor :   k
User :   thats been almost 4months, but I am taking the medicine for the last two months
User :   also I feel that ther is some connection with the hair oil that I use....
Doctor :   have u undergone any investigations
Doctor :   yeah true
Doctor :   its a triggering factor
User :   yes...I consulted with a doctor who is in Nimhans
Doctor :   k
User :   she asked me to take the medicine for six months continiously
Doctor :   do ur headache comes with nausea, vomiting
Doctor :   yeah the medications for
Doctor :   migraine r to be taken daily
Doctor :   for a long time
User :   yes, thats true...earlier it used to come with nausea
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   means that its improving with medication
User :   these days as I am taking medicine, Idont that much problem... but still its there
User :   have
Doctor :   which implies that the doc has diagnosed correctly
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   i can give u certain tips
Doctor :   that u can avoid
User :   sure doctor
Doctor :   which might trigger migraine
User :   tell me please
Doctor :   certain food like-
Doctor :   beer and red wine;
User :   k
Doctor :   aged cheeses; chocolate;
User :   k
Doctor :   fermented, pickled
User :   ok
Doctor :   marinated foods
Doctor :   caffeine; monosodium glutamate;
User :   ok
Doctor :   its present in many ready to make soups
Doctor :   Skipping meals or fasting
Doctor :   can trigger it
User :   ok
Doctor :   too much stress is also a factor
User :   I used to take the few things that you said earlier...
Doctor :   have relaxation exercises
User :   like, beerm cholocalete etc
Doctor :   Bright lights and sun glare
Doctor :   Bright lights and sun glare
User :   ok
Doctor :   are to be avoided
Doctor :   these things are to be continued through out
User :   I used to have headache and vomiting followed whenever I stayed back in office and worked for more than 12 hours...
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   & not to be stopped after the symptoms reduce
Doctor :   in that case the stress the main factor
User :   ok..
Doctor :   lastly the main imp factor is
Doctor :   exercise regularly
User :   OI also heard after some age this problem wil go off like that
Doctor :   because it reduces stress
User :   ok..... does walking suffice...
Doctor :   Regular aerobic exercise reduces
User :   ok
Doctor :   tension and
Doctor :   can help prevent migraines.
User :   okay
Doctor :   just to recap
Doctor :   stress seems to be the main factor in your case
Doctor :   just do some realaxation
User :   ok
Doctor :   & stress managemnt
Doctor :   yoga is the better thing which u can do
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User :   by boss here suggested me to go for bipasana
Doctor :   yeah correct
User :   does that help doctor
Doctor :   yeah very much
User :   ok
Doctor :   well after that u have to inculcate those activities
Doctor :   in ur day to day life
User :   ok
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User :   thank you so much for the tips and for being with me through this chat session...
User :   I will refer this to my friends
Doctor :   ur welcome
Doctor :   sure
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