This Vitamin Deficiency Can Trigger Severe Headaches and Cause Migraines

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If you get severe headaches or migraines, then it’s possible that you are not following a well-balanced diet.

A migraine is a specific class of headaches that can be debilitating to the point that you have to stop everything that you are doing and lie down or at least rest.

You can experience one at any time without warning.

Sadly, many Americans get migraine headaches.

Recent research shows that these headaches may be brought on by an insufficient diet.

About Migraines

Breaking down the numbers, it’s evident that millions get headaches.

A large percentage of these are migraines, and holistic health physician Dr. Weil says 17% of them are women and 6% of them are men.

Many describe migraines as suddenly seeing nothing but a blur of dots, some become bed ridden for up to several hours due to a pounding headache, and others experience nausea, vomiting and light sensitivity.

The Truth About Migraines

Those who suffer from migraines realize the graveness of the condition.

This serious illness often requires prescription medication, which may ease the pain or bring relief.

You are lucky if you have never had to endure such a headache.

If you get these headaches often, then doing this one thing can bring you some relief.

Migraine Triggers

Numerous studies were done and researchers were able to pinpoint exactly what causes these headaches.

Many things can trigger a migraine. A sudden change in the weather is one, especially if you are acclimatized to hot weather, and it suddenly gets cold.

Eating sugary foods for two days in a row after you haven’t had them for a while, a drop in serotonin levels in the brain is another trigger as is a sudden change in blood flow to the brain.

Genetics among other things can also cause migraines.

New research shows you how changing this one thing can allow you to put an end to the frequency of your migraine attacks.

Are You Getting Enough of These Supplements?

Find out if you are lacking in essential supplements. Studies show that a diet deficient in magnesiumfolic acid, vitamin D and vitamins B6 and B12 could be the cause of your frequent migraines.

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These diet insufficiencies increase your chances of getting a migraine by 300%.

When your diet is complete, then you benefit by being healthy and drastically decreasing your risk of getting migraines.

It is important that you consider your diet and make sure you are including these supplements, and if you’re not, then you have probably found out what is triggering your frequent suffering.

Foods & Additives

Dr. Weil agrees that certain foods can cause a migraine as well.

MSG, food coloring, nitrites and nitrates have no nutritional value and can cause migraines.

The following foods can too:

  • Figs
  • Peas
  • Wine
  • Lentils
  • Raisins
  • Herring
  • Peanuts
  • Caffeine
  • Bananas
  • Sardines
  • Avocados
  • Soy sauce
  • Chocolate
  • Anchovies
  • Citrus fruit
  • Red plums
  • Raspberries
  • Aged Cheese
  • Processed meats

Other Causes

In addition to what we put into our bodies and our environment, exhaustion is another culprit we need to be aware of because it can also cause migraines.

Inadequate sleep not only leaves us tired but also causes migraines.

Other causes of migraines include a change in altitude, an irregular eating pattern, flashing lights, certain perfumes and strong chemical smells, such as those from paint or chemicals.

Why Do We Get Migraines?

Pinpoint what triggers your frequent migraines by keeping track of what you eat and do on the days you get a migraine.

You may be able to figure out what food or activity is causing your migraines.

Also, don’t forget to check your diet to see if it is lacking in folic acid or the vitamins mentioned above because taking these in supplement form may be all you need to do to stop your migraines.

If you already have a migraine click here to see how to cure a migraine without medication.

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Vitamin Deficiency Can Trigger Severe Headaches and Migraines

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