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URLifeBack Migraine & Headache Support is helping thousands of people in the US and Canada get their lives back. This product is all-natural, meaning no side-effects like those typically associated with pharmaceuticals.

There are several products out there claiming to help with migraines however; the best thing about URLifeBack is that it is the only all-natural product that will halt a migraine after it starts.

So, while you're waiting for your bottle of relief to arrive, what causes this pain in the first place?

What causes migraines?

Researchers haven’t identified a definitive cause for migraines but they have found a few contributing factors that can trigger them. This includes changes in brain chemicals, such as a decrease in levels of the brain chemical serotonin.

Other factors that may trigger a migraine include:

  • bright lights
  • severe heat, or weather extremes
  • dehydration
  • changes in the barometric pressure
  • hormonal changes in women, such as estrogen and progesterone fluctuations during menstruation pregnancy, or menopause.
  • excess stress
  • loud sounds
  • physical activity
  • meal skipping
  • sleep pattern changes
  • using certain medications, such as oral contraceptives or nitroglycerin
  • odd smells
  • specific foods
  • smoking or tobacco
  • drinking alcohol
  • traveling

If you’re experiencing migraines, your doctor may ask you to keep a headache journal. This involves writing down what you were doing at the time, what foods you ate, and what medications you were possibly taking before your migraine began. Doing this can help you identify your specific triggers.  You can get UR life back by taking URLifeBack Migraine & Headache Support that is all-natural.

Foods that may trigger migraines

Certain foods or food ingredients can potentially trigger migraines. These foods may include but are not limited to:

  • alcohol or caffeinated drinks
  • food additives, such as nitrates (a preservative in cured meats), aspartame (an artificial sugar), or monosodium glutamate (MSG)
  • tyramine, which occurs naturally in some foods

Tyramine amounts also increase when foods are fermented or aged. This includes foods like some aged cheeses, sauerkraut, and soy sauce. However, continued research is looking at the role tyramine plays in migraines. We have learned that it may be a headache protector in some people rather than a trigger. 

Migraine types

Two of the most common types of migraines are migraines without aura and migraines with aura. Sadly, some people have both types however; remember that you can get UR life back by taking URLifeBack Migraine & Headache Support that is all-natural. Many sufferers are finding relief

Migraine without aura

This particular migraine used to be called the common migraine. Most people with migraine don’t experience an aura however; our bodies are all different.

According to the International Headache Society, people who have migraine without aura have at least five attacks that have these characteristics:

  • Headache attacks lasting 4 to 72 hours if it’s not treated or if treatment doesn’t work.
  • Headache has at least two of these traits:
    • occurring on one side of the head 
    • pain is pulsating or severe throbbing
    • pain level is moderate or severe
    • pain gets worse when you move, such as walking or climbing stairs
  • Headache has at least one of these traits:
    • it makes you sensitive to light
    • it makes you sensitive to sounds
    • you may experience nausea with or without vomiting or diarrhea
  • Headache isn’t caused by another health problem or diagnosis.

Migraine with aura

This was originally called the classic migraine, complicated migraine or hemiplegic migraine. Migraine with aura occur in about 25 percent of people who experience them. Remember, you can get UR life back by taking URLifeBack Migraine & Headache Support that is all-natural. Many sufferers are finding relief


According to the International Headache Society, you must have at least two attacks that have the following characteristics:

  • An aura that goes away, is completely reversible, and includes at least one of these symptoms:
    • visual problems (the most common)
    • sensory problems of the body, face, or tongue, such as numbness, tingling, or dizziness
    • speech or language problems
    • problems moving or weakness, which may last up to 72 hours
    • brainstem symptoms
    • eye problems in just one eye, including flashes of light, blind spots, or temporary blindness
  • An aura that has at least two of these traits:
    • at least one symptom spread gradually over five or more minutes
    • each symptom of the aura lasts between five minutes and one hour (if you have three symptoms, they may last up to three hours)
    • at least one symptom of the aura is only on one side of the head, including vision, speech, or language problems
    • aura occurs with the headache or one hour before the headache begins

An aura usually occurs before the headache pain starts, but it can continue even after the headache starts. An aura may start at the same time as the headache.

Chronic migraines

Chronic migraines used to be called a combination or mixed headache because it had features of migraine and tension headaches.  

People who suffer from chronic migraines typically experience a severe tension or migraine headache more than 15 days a month for 3 or more months. Compared to people who have acute migraines, people with chronic migraines are more likely to have:

  • severe headaches
  • more disability at home and away from home
  • depression
  • other types of chronic pain, such as arthritis
  • other serious health problems such as high blood pressure

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