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Certain food may make you feel like you have a hangover.
The foods can range from cheese to pickles or citrus fruit. Neurologists say that they may contain a natural chemical that sends signals of pain to your nerve endings.
Other experts believe there may be a response involving nerves and blood vessels around the head that can cause a severe headache.
In fact, more than 50% of migraine sufferers change their diet or avoid specific foods to help ease their pain.
*** The National Headache Foundation suggests patients might want to limit their intake of tyramine, a chemical that occurs naturally in certain foods, to help control headaches.
Here are some foods containing tyramine or other substances believed to be headache triggers:
Aged, dried, and fermented meats and fishes, such as pepperoni and salami
Aged cheeses, such as blue, Brie, Cheddar, provolone and others
Fermented soy products, like miso, soy sauce and teriyaki sauce
Beans, sauerkraut, pickles and olives
Alcoholic beverages such as Chianti, sherry, burgundy, vermouth, ale and beer
Foods containing as ingredients monosodium glutamate, nitrites and sulfites