*Foods (Aged cheeses, salty foods and processed foods. Skipping meals or fasting. Food additives like sweetener aspartame and the preservative monosodium glutamate MSG)
*Drinks. Alcohol, especially wine, and highly caffeinated beverages
*Sensory stimuli. Bright lights and sun, also loud sounds. Strong smells
*Changes in wake-sleep pattern (YOUR CASE). Missing sleep or getting too much sleep, jet lag.
*Intense physical exertion, including sexual activity
*Weather changes or barometric pressure variation
Since pain meds, which are the 1st line of therapy for migraine, are useless, I strongly recommend that you see a neurologist to give you the proper treatment which consists of:
• Acute or abortive treatment: pain meds that you take these during migraine attacks to stop symptoms.
• Preventive medications. taken regularly to reduce the severity or frequency of migraines.