Headache

Headache

Hungry because there was nothing to eat can make a person a headache. But indiscriminate eating can also give the same effect, because certain foods can be a source of headaches for some people.

One type of food that are reported often trigger headaches is grapes. Dr. Manny Alvarez of FoxNews said, it was triggered by the tyramine content of a natural amino acid that is formed from the decomposition of protein in it.

For most people, the actual wine is rich in nutrients and include healthy snacks is more advisable than the cake. Grapes contain vitamin C that works as an antioxidant free-radical scavengers, as well as fiber to keep your digestive system healthy.

On the negative side, tyramin content in wine can cause blood pressure to rise. For certain people who have excessive sensitivity, increased blood pressure are headache triggers a very disturbing daily activities.

Various studies have shown that these compounds can inhibit tyramin some kind of particular classes of antidepressants monoamine-oxidase inhibitor (MAOI). Therefore, patients who are taking medications should consult a doctor before eating grapes.

In addition to wine some other foods also contain tyramin cause headaches. Not everyone is so sensitive that direct a headache after eating them, the effect can vary depending on individual factors in each person.

Foods to avoid for those who are able to make headaches worse include the following, as quoted by FoxNews, Thursday (10/04/2012).

1. cheese
2. citrus fruits
3. soy sauce
4. Alcoholic red wine
5. Some types of beer
6. Sauerkraut (a type of cabbage).