About this IV Therapy
There is no doubt that lifestyle modifications can reduce the severity and frequency of migraines, especially sleep and diet.
When considering diet there are some specific nutrients that can have major impact on migraines. Research has found that magnesium levels effects the chemicals serotonin, nitric oxide, and NMDA (N-methyl-D-aspartic acid), which are associated with blood vessel relaxation and suspected to have a strong association with migraines.
In the brain, fluctuating serotonin levels can send blood vessels into spasm and aggravating the symptoms of a migraine. There is scientific evidence that supports magnesium can aid in the prevention and treatment of migraine and cluster headaches.
Riboflavin is Vitamin B2 and in super-high doses, it can help reduce the incidence of migraines by helping the brain cells utilize energy. Researchers have found that some people who get migraines may not have enough energy stored in their brain cells. Ribroflavin helps the enzymes in the body tap into the energy stored in those cells.”—My Practice Connect®
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