Are Glucose and Migraines Connected? - A Conversation with Signos Co-Founder Dr. William Dixon

Body Signals, Season 4 Episode 2, Migraines and Glucose

Body Signals
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Bill Tancer
— Signos
Chief of Data Science
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June 12, 2024
February 6, 2023
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Table of Contents

On this episode Doctor William Dixon and I discuss a common cause for an emergency room visit, Migrain Headaches. Dr. Dixon will tell us:

-       What migraines are

-       How they present in the emergency room

-       The different types of migraines

-       Food and Alcohol triggers

-       The connection between migraines and glucose levels, and

-       How controlling glucose levels might help w/ migraines.

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About the author

Bill Tancer is a New York Times best-selling author. He is a co-founder and the chief data scientist at Signos and the creator and host of Signos’ podcast, Body Signals.

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