Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Vitamin B Deficiency Causes Migraines and Headaches and Here Is How To Fix It

By Bobby / 21/12/2015

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Experiencing a migraine is a very unpleasant situation. If you experience migraines on a regular basis you know that this occurrence is almost unbearable. So, when we talk about identifying the reason why migraines happen in the first place, it is quite logical to make some effort to find a way to protect yourself.
B vitamin deficiencies have proven to be related to the higher presence of migraines. So, for people who are experiencing migraines and headaches on a regular basis should definitely try a vitamin B supplement.

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Scientific studies have confirmed that the supplementation of Vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and folic acid, leads to reduction of the frequency and intensity of migraines.
A recent scientific study which included 52 people who had migraines on a regular basis has shown that people who have taken vitamin supplements experienced a 50% reduction of migraines. On the other hand, people who were given a placebo didn’t experience any changes.
About 15% of the population is suffering from migraines and this unpleasant occurrence is more present in women (two times more).
It is good to point out that migraines are not exclusively related to pain in the head. There are also situation in which people have symptoms like vomiting, nausea and sensitivity to sound and light. There are also people who experience flashes of light, anxiety, tingling sensation in the legs and arms and bling spots due to migraines.
People who have most of these symptoms should include a vitamin supplement in their diet. This will also prevent future episodes of migraines.
In case you are interested in preventing and stopping migraines and intense headaches you should consume foods packed with vitamin B. The following is a short list of vitamin B rich foods:
  • Dried and fresh fruits
  • Spinach
  • Broccoli
  • Eggs
  • Asparagus
  • Fish
  • Milk
  • Chicken
  • Rice
  • Certain types of fortified cereals consumed for breakfast
  • Peanuts
  • Liver
  • Clams
  • Trout
  • Beef
  • Haddock
  • Yogurt

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