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Vitamin D Supplementation Could Reduce Migraine Headache Attacks


“Vitamin D supplementation could reduce headache attacks and headache days per month among migraine patients, according to a review published in The American Journal of Emergency Medicine.” [Source:]


There is growing evidence that vitamin D can help reduce the frequency of migraine attacks. A comprehensive review of the scientific literature published in 2019 found that supplementing with a daily dose of 1000-4000 IU was effective. Reports suggest that between 45 and 100 percent of migraine patients are deficient in vitamin D.

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) has also demonstrated efficacy in reducing migraine headaches. In a study published online in the Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics in 2017, researchers examined a total of 11 clinical trials involving doses of up to 400 mg per day. They concluded that riboflavin is a “promising therapeutic modality in the prevention of migraine headaches.”

In reality, however, riboflavin has been known to be effective against migraines since as long ago as 1946. To learn more, including especially why the world hasn’t been told about this for more than three-quarters of a century, see this article on our website.