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Melike Bektesoglu

Institute of Health Sciences, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Ankara, Turkey


  • Research Article   
    Migraine and Biogenic Amines
    Author(s): Nevin Sanlier, Nevin Sanlier* and Melike Bektesoglu

    Objective: Migraine emerges as one of the major causes of headache in today’s world. It is a disease that is often characterized by a moderate or severe one-sided headache, nausea, or vomiting as well as sensitivity to light, and sound. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is among the first 20 diseases that reduce individuals’ working capacity. Various factors may affect the formation of migraines, such as hormonal changes, stress, hunger, fatigue, sleeping disorders, and weather conditions. The mechanisms by which these factors trigger migraine in a patient have been popular research topics recently. Materials & Methods: It is generally acknowledged that the central nervous system is greatly affected by these factors. The possible potential mechanisms of migraine impact on human health, ME.. Read More»

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