Updated Nov 3rd, — Written by Craig Clarke. Medical review by Dr. Frank Aieta, ND. Adapting to the ketogenic diet can feel like the flu. In fact, the symptoms for keto flu are not even caused by ketosis, ketogenesis, or the flu at all. They provide so much comfort, sweetness, and easy energy that we spend most of our time with them. It feels so right, it feels like true love, but it is mostly lust.
If you are reading this, then you have heard that the ketogenic diet can be an excellent way to help manage migraine. I wish I had been more open-minded sooner as keto is not at all what I thought it would be like. It helped my head and my overall wellness and was delicious. You may be considering this significant change in the way you eat to help you find a new level of relief from migraine attacks. This is written with the assumption that you have done your own homework and have asked your doctor for input. This also assumes you have decided to learn more and perhaps dive in and commit to keto for a few months to see if it can help reduce attack frequency or lessen some symptoms like brain fog. The focus will be on the general ketogenic diet. Toward the end there will be a link to a video interview where I was interviewed by Ashley Koff, RD, an internationally-renowned registered dietitian, about the ketogenic diet for migraine that you may find helpful. Phase 1 of the ketogenic diet can include some migraine-specific tweaks and I mention those modifications at the end of this piece. The ketogenic diet is a low carbohydrate diet that is high in fat and moderate in protein.
There is a form of treatment for Tinnitus, such as sound therapy and removal of excess ear wax, these have been reported to help those who suffer. Salt is related to a higher blood pressure level which can affect the blood flow to your ears and can activate your Tinnitus. As well as salt, alcohol and smoking are also associated with high blood pressure and the exacerbation of Tinnitus. Having your blood pressure under control can contribute to the relieving of the symptoms caused by Tinnitus. Unfortunately, those late-night sweets might be making your Tinnitus worse. Your brain relies on the supply of oxygen and glucose in the bloodstream to function correctly. Too much intake of sugar can disrupt this process and could have an adverse effect on your Tinnitus and hearing. In a previous blog, we mentioned that, according to a study by Deaf Research UK, caffeine is not Tinnitus in anyway. However, it is recommended that the amount of caffeine consumed is reduced, particularly before you go to bed. If you are living with Tinnitus it may be ideal to cook from home, many fast food items are a concoction of several things — like salt, sugar and more.
|Right! Idea ringing ears headache keto diet sympathise with you||Focus on rehydrating, getting enough potassium, sodium, and magnesium, and eating more fat. For some people, that can mean limiting caffeine or salt. Why the difference?|
|Headache ringing keto diet ears agree very amusing||To help reduce your cortisol levels and improve your sense of well-being, it is may be helpful to implement a daily meditation practice. Unfortunately, this may be exactly what happens when we restrict carbohydrates. Another very simple way to remedy the keto flu is by taking an electrolyte supplement our favorite is Hi-Lyte with your water daily.|