There are many factors that contribute to migraines — dental problems, TMJ disorders, head trauma and injury, hereditary influences, and even nutritional causes. Vitamin deficiencies, in particular, can have a big impact on the prevalence of migraines.
Doctors now recommend that migraineurs who are recieving professional pain management and migraine treatment to examine their meals and look for the following foods that may be missing from their diets:
Spinach, broccoli, asparagus, beets, avocado, carrots, pumpkin
This group of products was chosen for a reason: each of them contains folic acid. People who lack this element can be irritable. Also, they are prone to stresses. Folic acid along with Vitamin B12 relieves headache pain, and if consumed regularly reduces the risk of developing migraines in the first place.
Beans, nuts, greens, seeds, sesame, liver, kelp
These foods contain a lot of copper and iron. The deficit of these two elements mostly appears in women and leads to anemia, hypotonia, migraines and depression. That’s why you must include at least one of these products into your everyday diet and you will likely never have any problems with blood pressure and headaches.
Fresh vegetables, grains
Eat these foods in large quantities if you want to maintain the healthy state of your brain, nerves, heart and blood vessels. It’s all about Vitamin B6, and these products are extremely rich in it.
Dairy, eggs, legumes, liver, seafood
This group of foods has a high content of Vitamin D, which is produced in the human body naturally thanks to sun rays. But in winter, the deficit of the sun leads to exhaustion of the nervous system and the appearance of headaches.
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