Posted by jamina (184.108.40.206) on September 13, 2000 at 15:42:53:
For those who have mentioned stress earlier, I can report that there has been a study which showed following triggers:"alcohol, draft air, warm air into face, nitrate, overheating, sleep and relaxation. But not stress."
The same source also quoted a change in the cells of the hypothalamus and that activity there increases strongly during attacks. The hypothalamus regulates our body clock, but also emotions, hormones, hunger and thirst. By manipulation of daily rhythm some test persons have been able to avoid attacks.
Like some others here I also think I am a rather happy person with a life without problems - except the CH - maybe we need a little more adrenaline ???
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