Migraine causes a lot of pain and suffering, that could be avoided.
How? Let’s look at how to achieve it
First, let’s look at some facts and figures about migraines:
6-7% of men and 15-18% of women suffer from migraines.
The various symptoms: throbbing pain, sickness, vomiting, fever, sweating, increased sensitivity to light / sound / smell.
It involves a complex interaction of genetic and neurological factors that differ from person to person, making it one of the most poorly understood and inadequately treated medical disorders!
What causes migraine?
The theories are controversial because symptoms vary. But, it proved one reason is vitamin deficiency.
Numerous studies have made the connection between vitamins and migraine attacks. The results showed that when taken vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid supplements, can experience huge relief for migraine attacks. Another study has reported that high doses of B2 (riboflavin) may even help to completely prevent migraine!
You might have a migraine attacks based on your gene type. Some gene dysfunction and mutations, can lead to elevated levels of homocysteine, an amino acid. Order to reduce levels of homocysteine, vitamin B6 and B12 can do miracles. But, the amount you need depends on the genotype.
In fact, widespread vitamin deficiency can cause your migraine symptoms.
According to the study, approximately 42% of patients with chronic migraines have a lack of vitamin D. In addition, it was observed that all those who suffer from chronic migraine are more likely to have a lack of vitamin D.
But, there are also other health effects of vitamin D deficiency and migraine attack is one of them.
Here are other health effects from deficiency of this vitamin:
- The increased risk of death from heart attack
- Serious asthma among children
- Cognitive disorders in elderly
To increase your intake of vitamin D, try these two ways:
Sunlight: 20-25 minutes of sun is helpful to stimulate your body to create vitamin D.
Oily fish: salmon, trout, mackerel, tuna also are great sources of vitamin D.