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Studies Show Magnesium Can Reduce the Frequency of Migraine Attacks


Orlando, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/31/2016 -- For many people, migraines are a serious problem. This condition doesn't just cause pain but also affects the overall quality of life of sufferers. While there are medications available, there are also natural remedies believed to be helpful for the condition.

Studies show magnesium can reduce the frequency of migraine attacks. Extremely painful and recurring headaches are usually accompanied by other symptoms, such as visual disturbances.

There are two types of migraine; one is common and the other is classic. Individuals with common migraines usually see things like zigzag lines or stars. The warning signs before an episode starts is craving for sleepiness or sweets.

Whether it is common or classic migraine, sufferers may experience symptoms such as pounding, throbbing, or pulsating pain. The pain usually starts on one side of the head and spread to the other side.

There are those whose pain last for 4 to 72 hours. Before the symptoms occur, there are those who suffer from vomiting, nausea, loss of appetite, fatigue, and dizziness.

While it hasn't been known what exactly causes migraine, it is believed to be linked with some changes in the blood flow to the brain. It is believed to be caused by genetics.

According to statistics, more than half of individuals with migraines also have a family member with the condition. Migraine can be triggered by alcohol, such as red wine and beer.

There are other triggers, such as the consumption of chocolate, cheeses, nuts, some fruits, peanut butter, dairy products, and meat that contain nitrates. It could also be triggered by crying, bright lights, some medications, stress, loud noises, smoke or odors such as perfume, and skipping meals.

In addition to genetics, other risk factors are being under the age of 40, taking birth control pills, and being a woman.

There are headache medications that are widely used by sufferers. However, it is important to remember that using them excessively can result in more severe and frequent headaches.

There are natural alternatives to these medications, and one is to make lifestyle changes. Sufferers should exercise regularly and avoid caffeine, cigarettes, and alcohol.

They may also take into account the use of magnesium. It has been thought that migraine sufferers usually have reduced magnesium levels than non-sufferers.

Several studies also reveal that magnesium has the potential to decrease the frequency of migraine attacks by 41 percent. Some studies even suggest that magnesium could be helpful to women whose migraines are triggered by their menstrual cycle.

Individuals who suffer from migraine may increase their intake of foods with high magnesium levels. They may also take supplements or use a magnesium oil spray ( ).

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