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Info of Migraine Diet Supplements

Remember what the origins are. Triggers can include emotional stress, fatigue, allergies, sinusitis, eyestrain, poor posture, TMJ, excessive intake, or withdrawal from drugs, low blood sugar, hormonal imbalance, constipation, and nutritional deficiencies. Wow that sounds like many people just think about the stress in your life. So what can you do about it when it comes to diet and nutritional supplements to stop or help with migraines?

A diet that is: high protein and low in simple carbohydrates diet; include almonds, almond milk, watercress, parsley, fennel, garlic, cherries, and fresh pineapple; omit foods that contain the amino acid tyramine can help reduce the occurrence of migraines especially ones related to food allergies. These foods also support the digestion and do not add stress to the body.

Remember migraine headaches are intensely painful and are often accompanied by vision disturbances, temporary slurring or loss of speech, temporary paralysis, short-term memory loss, distorted sight with kaleidoscopic color patterns, extreme sensitivity to light, nausea, and vomiting. A migraine episode can be incapacitating and may last a few hours or several days. Migraines are recurring and sufferers usually get them at least once a month. It can run in families and effects more women than men. Migraine is now described as a “spreading depression”, a kind of seizure disorder in which pain fibers in the brain, blood vessels supplying the brain, and chemical balances all go awry at the same time.

If you’re going to add supplements to your plan to fight migraines, knowing which ones are rated the best can be helpful.

Calcium and magnesium, coenzyme Q10 plus coenzyme A, DMG, DLPA, essential fatty acid complex or primrose oil have all been found to be helpful with most any type of migraine.

Hormonal migraines and stress-related migraines may need 5-HTP, multivitamin and mineral complex, rutin, vitamin B complex plus extra Vitamins B2, B3, B5, and B6, garlic, quercetin and bromelain, Taurine plus, and vitamin C with bioflavonoids.

Staying on top of your migraines with acupuncture can help you experience fewer attacks and the ones you do have may be less severe. If you have migraines daily, wouldn’t you like to have head pain less often and experience milder pain? Looking at your diet, adding the right supplements, and doing acupuncture can give you a new sense of freedom on your daily life.