By Nutrition Consultant Jessica Robinson
If you are reading this I’m sure that at some point in your life you have experienced some form of a headache, whether it be a slight headache, debilitating headache or maybe you even suffer from chronic headaches? Whichever form of headache you have experienced, we can all agree that they are an annoyance and for some people it can have a huge impact on their quality of life.
Generally, headaches are caused by a combination of nerve signals that are sent from the blood vessels and muscles in the head. There are many possible triggers for headaches such as: dehydration, hormonal imbalances, liver dysfunction, high blood pressure, food allergies/sensitivities, blood sugar problems, stress, eyestrain or back strain, and exposure to chemical toxins.