While food allergies and migraines are different conditions, some people may experience a migraine hangover after consuming certain foods they are allergic to. This is because food allergies can trigger a migraine attack in some individuals, and the symptoms of a migraine can last for several hours or even days after the initial headache has subsided. Common symptoms of a migraine hangover include fatigue, brain fog, sensitivity to light and sound, and nausea. It is important to identify and avoid trigger foods if you suffer from food allergies and migraines, as well as to seek medical advice and treatment if your symptoms persist.
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