Here is a quick mnemonic/memory aid “MAGICAL PAIN to remember about the Risk Factors For Migraine

M – Medications: Some drugs can trigger migraines, like nitroglycerin.

A – Alcohol: Excessive alcohol consumption may lead to migraines.

G – Genetics: Family history can increase your risk of migraines.

I – Insufficient Sleep: Lack of sleep is a common migraine trigger.

C – Caffeine: Too much or too little caffeine can be a risk factor.

A – Allergies: Certain allergies may contribute to migraines.

L – Lights (Bright or Flickering): Bright lights and flickering screens can trigger migraines.

P – Pregnancy: Some women experience migraines during pregnancy.

A – Anxiety/ Stress: Emotional stress and anxiety are well-known migraine triggers.

I – Irregular Meals: Skipping meals can lead to low blood sugar, triggering migraines.

N – Neck Pain/ Tension: Neck tension and pain can be associated with migraines.

⚡Mnemonic⚡: Risk Factors For Migraine

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