Diabetes type 2: The sensation in your head indicating blood sugar levels are too high

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Sugar is a vital component of the body’s chemistry. Too much or too little sugar can cause problems, including headaches.

This is because sugar has a direct effect on the brain and the nervous system.

It is vital for a person to maintain a proper level of sugar in their diet as it may prevent future headaches.

The Migraine Trust added: “Headaches produced from going without food are often quite severe and accompanied by mild nausea.

“There is also a similarity between some of the symptoms of missing a meal and the early warnings of a migraine attack such as yawning, pallor, sweating and craving for sweet things.”

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