Category Archives: Headaches

June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month

June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month

Twenty-five million Americans suffer from migraines. Statistically, more women experience migraines than men, especially in the twenty-to-fifty-year-old age group. The following biochemical events involving low magnesium have been identified in migraine sufferers and may set the stage for a migraine attack. In women who have not yet reached menopause, estrogen rises before the period, causing [...]

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Putting An End to Migraine Headache Misery

Dr. Brenda Slovin – author of “What if It Never Goes Away”. Migraines are one of the most difficult health problems to treat because they can be caused by a variety of underlying issues including vitamin and mineral deficiencies, stress, malnutrition, inadequate sleep, and physical exertion. Sadly, there is no “one-size-fits-all” treatment for migraines because [...]

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Magnesium Relieves Migraines

Magnesium and Migraine Relief

Back in 2014, Dr. Mehmet Oz discussed inexpensive, drug-free pain remedies on the March 13 episode of the Dr. Oz Show (“Natural Pain Killers That Work”). An effective natural pain killer for migraines is magnesium citrate. Dr. Oz said over 50% of migraine sufferers have a magnesium deficiency. He suggests taking 400 to 600 mg [...]

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Three Simple Nutrients for Migraine Relief

By Al Sears, M.D. Did you know there are a few simple nutrients that you can take to help you get rid of migraines for good? If you or a loved one suffers from migraines, you know that most people pop a pill and sleep the pain away in a dark room. And many of [...]

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