PilatesVibes

153d

What would you say prevents migraines?

Rizatriptan

Magnesium Oxide

Migraine

Headache

Riboflavin

Colecalciferol

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  • Pushky

    150d

    I just read somewhere that vitamin B2 400 mg daily for a few months reduces intensity of migraine. Google the benefits of B2 supplements

  • PineMarten

    150d

    It probably varies somewhat from person to person based on individual triggers. For me, getting enough sleep, getting enough calories, stress management, and reducing congestion from seasonal allergies are the most important actions I can take.

  • Paxie

    149d

    I personally had to get piercings to help with mine. They're not totally gone, but it's definitely better than what it was.

    • SmileySnail

      149d

      which piercings?

      • Paxie

        131d

        they're daith piercings. Sorry for the late reply! Life happened lol

    • celestite

      37d

      i got a daith and it never worked for me:(

  • Pushky

    131d

    To everyone who suffers from migraine please know that a study was done using magnesium oxide 500 mg supplement daily. Results were significant showing prevention and reduction in intensity of migraines and headaches. Upon further research I found out that low levels of magnesium in our brain causes headaches and migraines. Especially vulnerable are people on blood pressure diuretic meds. Diuretics flush out magnesium and many other minerals from our body creating imbalance. Do not stop BP meds! They are important to take. Instead supplement with minerals. 1 personally use a combination of different types of magnesium daily. Hope this info helps

  • Mothra

    128d

    A lot of people say strong scents can cause migraines BUT some actually do help relive them. I personally really enjoy lavender and pumpkin it really helps me to relax

  • celestite

    37d

    amitriptyline

  • xhunterx

    37d

    Prevent - Ajovy 225mg, Riboflavin 100mg, Cholecalciferol 50mcg Acute Treatment - Ibuprofen 1000mg & Maxalt MLT 10mg

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