Identify and Reduce Headache Triggers | Chiropractor for Headaches in West Omaha, NE
Hi, I’m Dr. Joel Marley from Family First Chiropractic. Have you ever been hungover? Well, what caused it? Well, let’s break it down. So you suffer with headaches.
I commonly see a toxicity. Now, with alcohol, it’s a toxin high levels takes a while to come out of the system. Symptoms happen the next morning, typically. What about hydration? With an alcohol hangover, for example, to help you understand headaches. Dehydration is a factor. So if you’re suffering with headaches, check your hydration levels. But on the terms of toxicity, I want you to know that toxins are toxic to nerves to sensitive tissues to all tissues. Toxins are toxic, simple, but it’s the truth.
So are you aware of what kind of toxins you may be taking in that could be triggering your headaches? Let us talk about how to detoxify better as well, when it comes to toxicity? By reading labels, by keeping a food log to know that there are certain foods that maybe are toxic to your body, or certain foods that have ingredients like artificials, unnatural, refined preservatives that could be triggering or headache, so try a food log.
What about kombucha? Now we understand that in our gut, we don’t actually digest food. It’s actually the bacteria that we have in our gut to digest food. So fermented. The kombucha was the Krauts, the Kim cheese, apple cider vinegar, those feed your gut, the bacteria to break down food, because if food doesn’t properly break down in your system, it goes through your system, it rots and creates a toxicity through leaky gut. With that being said, the connection between your gut and your brain. If you have headaches could be related to your gut.
Here’s how. Serotonin, for example, is a brain chemical or the happy hormone right? That’s produced in the gut but utilized by the brain. And if we don’t treat our gut nicely, then that can trigger toxicity through our enteric system, our gut system, we’re building up toxins, and just like the alcohol builds up, and the next day triggers a hangover or headache.
So you all learn more. You have questions. Reach out, reach out to us. We’re here to help