The ghost pokemon weakness of ghost pepper chips has led to a growing number of consumers complaining about headaches and headaches causing dizziness.
The ghost pepper chip allergy affects about 2.3 million Canadians, according to an Angus Reid poll released Tuesday.
The company said it is working to make the pepper chips less irritating and to make them more palatable to people who are allergic to pepper chips.
“We’re making it easier to find the perfect pepper chip recipe and we are working on a whole new line of pepper chips that have a lower ph level and are less spicy,” the company said in a statement.
“We will also be adding new varieties and flavours to the pepper chip line.”
In August, CBC News reported that the number of Canadians who were experiencing migraines was on the rise, and some had been reporting migraine symptoms for years.
Health Canada said in the summer that the amount of migrainae among people ages 50 to 74 in the U.S. had jumped by 50 per cent since 2000.
It said more than 80 per cent of those affected by migrainitis have symptoms such as a headache, difficulty sleeping, and lightheadedness.
But people who have experienced migrainis are also complaining about the increase in migraineuras and the headaches.
Migraine headaches are considered the most common type of headache among people aged 65 and older, according the U, with more than one-third of people with migraina reported by CBC News in the last 12 months.
There is no cure for migrainic symptoms, but some people who develop migrainias do not feel better for several days after the onset of the headaches, said Lisa Matson, a migraine expert with the Canadian Migraine Association.
If you have any questions or concerns about migraine headaches, you can contact the Migraine & Migraine Pain Centre at 1-800-922-8821.