Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Migraine Headaches Suggestions by Russell Blaylock MD

Migraine Headaches  Russell Blaylock MD

Many people with migraines also suffer from reactive hypoglycemia - low blood sugar, which lowers magnesium levels and raises glutamate levels.

People with migraines should avoid all sugars, especially high fructose corn syrup, and all glutamate additives as well as foods high in glutamate.

Magnesium malate in a dose of 250 to 500 mg twice a day will reduce attacks and make them much milder.

Riboflavin -5-phosphate in a dose of 50mg taken three times a day, thiamine, phyridoxal-5 phosphate and lipoid acid have all been shown to reduce attacks and severity of attacks and they protect the brain.

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