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This is how you'll cure your migraines - through the things you eat





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Many people suffer from migraines. If you're not one of those people, you probably know at least one - and you know how much they suffer.

Migraines affect people differently, but their definition is a very strong headache. In some cases, migraines can cause blurred vision as well as high sensitivity to light and sound. Some people even suffer from vomiting and nausea.

Regular headache pills don't help in such situations, and stronger medication is needed to relieve the pain. But the best course of action is prevention.

There are several ways to prevent the formation of migraine. The key lies in the fact that people with migraines usually suffer from a lack of certain vitamins in the body - which is what can lead to migraine headaches.

Read on and find out how you can prevent migraines.

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According to Dr. Weil, migraines affect 17 percent of women and 6 percent of men at one point or another in their lives. Some suffer more than others, and some suffer so much that they have to take a sick leave from work.

Extreme weather can cause migraine headaches. Some scientists believe that weather changes can cause migraine headaches, especially in people living in hot climates. There is also a genetic element.

But a new research reveals that there are factors that lead to migraines that you can control. Vitamin deficiency is one of the most prominent factors. The new research has shown that deficiency of Folic acid, Vitamins B6, B12 and Vitamin D can cause migraines. If you do not consume enough of these vitamins during the day, you increase your risk of migraine by 300%.

According to Dr. Weil, there are also certain foods that can cause migraines. Here is a list of foods to avoid if you have a tendency for getting migraines.

In addition to eating properly, it is also important to sleep well - lack of sleep can also cause migraines. Also, skipping meals, bright lights, and smelling chemicals and / or perfumes - all of these also cause migraines.


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