There has been controversy surrounding our health and the environment vs. bottled water. One of the first signs started showing up as a migraine going back to the early 2000’s. The culprit BPA (Bisphenol A), this chemical, found in plastic and tin packaging has also been linked to many health problems, including migraines, infertility, heart attacks, and obesity.
People find that listening, seeing, eating, working or any other necessary daily activity is a struggle with a migraine. Extreme cases can have the effects of nausea, vomiting, and light sensitivity. Minor headaches and or suffer severe migraines, you may not have considered that drinking water from plastic bottles could be the underlying cause. The Migraine Research Foundation states that a headache is a common and debilitating neurological disorder suffered worldwide. Women experience this condition three times more frequently than men, with estrogen strongly linked as a role. Migraines are the third most common and sixth most disabling disease in the world.
BPA Bisphenol A is an organic, synthetic compound, also known as Xenoestrogen. Xenoestrogen exhibits estrogen-mimicking, hormone-like properties, it causes women’s estrogen levels to rise and contributes to an imbalance that can lead to migraine
headaches. Researchers have also found hard evidence of harmful effects on human and animal health.
The Road to BPA Recovery:
Jot it down – Keep a journal of when your migraine or headache starts with what you ingested before or during your attack.
No more plastic – Drink and eat out of steel and glass containers.
Eat organic – Significantly cut down on the toxic chemicals you eat by making better food choices.
Read product labels – BPA is also found in personal care products and the containers they are stored in.
Stay active – Chemicals such as BPA are stored in the body, yet regular exercise will start to break them down.
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