(and even help to reduce your need for prescription medications)...
amount of medication you depend on every day just to be able to function.
We’ve outlined the top 3 most researched supplements available in the UK for migraine
patients although you should always check with a registered health professional if these are
appropriate for you.
1. The first of these is called Feverfew, which actually works by affecting the serotonin
(a powerful hormone that is also commonly linked to depression) receptors in your brain and is used primarily to help prevent migraines from starting in the first place. Care should be taken with Feverfew if you are pregnant or taking aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medications but otherwise it has been shown to have very few
side-effects or complications.
2. The next supplement that has shown promise in a range of clinical trials in preventing migraines is called Riboflavin, which is actually vitamin B and works by reducing inflammation and increasing energy production within the cells of your body (through parts of your cells called mitochondria). Riboflavin has actually been shown to work
better when used in conjunction with the third supplement in our list, namely...
3. Magnesium – a supplement that has been shown to be extremely important for a number of other health reasons and is worth taking even if you don’t suffer from migraines anyway. Magnesium is an essential mineral required for your body to sleep, to relax both heart and skeletal muscle (reduces risk of heart attacks) – as well
as being required for your body to be able to produce a number of important hormones (such as vitamin D). Magnesium is obtainable through a number of different means and your best options are as follows: