2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-282x2008000400011 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: -Background: Migraine is a chronic neurological disease with several trigger factors, including dietary, hormonal and environmental factors. Purpose: To analyse precipitating factors in a sample of migraine patients. Method: Two hundred consecutive migraine patients were interviewed about possible trigger factors for migraine attacks. Results: Most patients showed at least one dietary trigger, fasting was the most frequent one, followed by alcohol and chocolate. Hormonal factors appeared in 53% , being the pre… Show more

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“…Some foods and beverages are commonly considered to cause headache and particularly migraine [22,23] and the reduction of their average consumption was associated with a reduction in the monthly frequency of headache [24]. Takeshima et al [12] suggested that foods high in fat increase the risk of migraine and daily fish consumption plays a protective role in the Japanese population.…”
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“…Some foods and beverages are commonly considered to cause headache and particularly migraine [22,23] and the reduction of their average consumption was associated with a reduction in the monthly frequency of headache [24]. Takeshima et al [12] suggested that foods high in fat increase the risk of migraine and daily fish consumption plays a protective role in the Japanese population.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Also related to the fact of being women, the use of oral contraceptive or the presence of regular menstruation were not associated with the incidence of headaches as described in the literature 4,23,24 .…”
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“…13 Fukui ve arkadaşlarının 200 Brezilyalı migren hastası ile yaptıkları bir çalışmada katılımcıların %63.5'i açlık, %20.5'i çikolata, %8.5'i peynir, %34'ü alkol, %8.5'i aspartam, %14.5'i kahve tüke-timi, %4.5'i salam, %4'ü narenciye ve %3'ü dondurmayı migren tetikleyicisi olarak seçmişlerdir. 3 Yapılan bir çalışmada, yaklaşık 3 aydır migren tanısına sahip olan 23 yaşındaki kadın hastaya diyet ve yaşam tarzı değişikliği uygulanmıştır. Beslenmesinde basit şekerler, süt ürünleri, yağlı besinler ve alkolden kaçınılmıştır.…”
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“…2,3 Brezilya'da yapılan epidemiyolojik bir ça-lışmada, yıllık migren prevalansı %15.2, kadınlarda erkeklere göre 2.2 kat daha yaygın ve yüksek eği-tim seviyeli bireylerde görülme sıklığı 1.5 kat daha fazla bulunmuştur. 4 Migren tek bir semptom veya birden fazla semptomdan oluşan ve tek bir bölgede olmayan aralıklı ve ilerleyici bir sorundur.…”
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