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Skipped meals or irregular intake of food are a cause for migraine attacks for three out of four sufferers. A skipped meal can cause the blood sugar level to sink and lead to a migraine attack.

If blood sugar sinks below the normal level, the sympathetic nervous system will be activated to mobilise stored carbohydrates. This useful bodily process can however have a side effect: it can cause the brain to become out of step. It is therefore recommended that you eat regular meals rich in carbohydrates and drink enough liquids. A sudden pang of hunger although you have have eaten regularly, can be an early signal of a migraine attack. ;