Can Fragrances cause Migraines?
The link between migraines and fragrance:
Why Phthalates Matter?
Reducing exposure to fragrance?
To reduce exposure to fragrances and minimize the risk of migraines, it is important to be aware of the sources of fragrance in our daily lives. Some common sources of fragrance include:
Perfumes, colognes, and body sprays
Air fresheners (car, home, plug-ins)
Soap (dish, hand, body)
Laundry detergent and dryer sheets
Personal care products such as moisturizer, face wash, and deodorant
By identifying and limiting or avoiding these sources of fragrance, individuals can help to protect their health and reduce their risk of migraines.
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