Posted April 06, 2020 13:14:23I have had several grey walls around my home.
I have never had one cause a migraine, nor a migraine-like headache, nor has it ever been linked to grey wallpaper.
However, I am not alone.
Many people have had similar headaches caused by wallpaper.
The wallpaper can have a different colour, pattern or even texture.
It is also known to cause breathing difficulties.
For those of us who are sensitive to the blue light emitted from the fluorescent lights in our homes, this could be a real headache.
So, why is grey wallpaper a big problem?
Some of the most common reasons people experience headaches caused or exacerbated by grey wallpaper are:A.
The wallpaper has been damagedA large number of people have reported headaches caused because of wallpaper damage.
They may have been in a position where they were exposed to the bright light for too long.
In some cases, the wallpaper may have caused a leak in the wall, or the wallpaper could have fallen off.
This can cause an increase in pressure inside the head.
The colour of the wallpaperA wallpaper may look grey or black, but may contain white or pink.
A white colour can be particularly disruptive, and can result in headaches.
When we have experienced a migraine with this colour, it can cause migraines.
The texture of the wallThe texture of a wall may cause headaches, but this is not a good cause of a migraine.
Most of us are sensitive enough to the colour and texture of wallpaper to avoid being exposed to it.
The wall’s designThe design of the grey wallpaper could cause headaches.
It may not have the same colour, shape or texture, and may not be in a place where it is safe to be exposed to sunlight.
As with many other things, this may cause a leak.
The size of the walls in your homeWhen you see your wallpaper in the corner of the bedroom, or when you look down the hall when you go into the kitchen, your head may be buzzing.
If you are having a headache in the bedroom or bathroom, your headache could be due to a disruption of blood flow to the brain.
Your body reactsThe colour of wallpaper can cause headaches if your body reacts to the wallpaper, especially if it has a green or red colour to it, which may make it hard to see.
Some people who have had a migraine headache due to wallpaper may also feel the effect of the colour.
There are some ways that you can manage this problem:Try wearing gloves when you touch a wallpaper to make sure you do not irritate your eyes.
If you notice a migraine headaches, you can try to stop the headaches.
Talk to your doctor about a migraine plan.