Naturopath & Holistic Doctor San Diego Dr. Gaila Mackenzie-Strawn MS,DC, CTN In 1979, I made a life changing decision. Having suffering with painful abdominal pain since the age of two,Read more
A recent study showed that nearly 42 percent of migraine patients were deficient in vitamin D. It also showed that the longer you suffered from chronic migraines, the more likely you are to be vitamin D deficient. Another recent study showed that patients taking B6, B12, and folic acid supplements had a two-fold reduction in migraines over a six-month period. Several studies have shown a link between magnesium deficiency and migraine. Steps to overcoming migraines include: checking your blood levels of vitamin D, magnesium, and B vitamins, eliminating the most common food allergens (eggs, wheat, oats, corn, dairy, soy, chemical additives, MSG, sulfites, aspartame and processed meats), staying hydrated and finding a stress reduction technique that you love to do!