The connection between us and our bodies is a special touch. It’s a connection that has her own language. Language is often expressed through the pain. It’s basically the body’s way of telling us that somewhere there is a problem, an imbalance. In either case, such a signal change on the part of the body, we must thoroughly examine the lifestyle and the way we eat. It is important to identify the cause of that cause pain and do not try to remove as soon as possible its symptoms. Drugs do nothing but to get rid of the pain for a while.
But if that cause is not going to be treated, your body will not cease to shut up and it will report further on the matter until we wake up and we understand what we have done.
For those who have frequent headaches, they may be the result of several factors but mainly occur as a result of imbalances or lack of rest.
Please find below some natural solutions for removal and prevention of Migraines:
Ginger and Feverfew:
“It is not effective to treat a migraine once it has started,” asserted Dr. Frederick Taylor, professor of Neurology at the University of Minnesota. If you know that you have problems with migraines, for prevention is good to take 75 mg twice a day.
When is brought in daily nutrition, magnesium reduces the frequency of migraines. The mineral helps soothe the nerves, which tend to be super excited during migraines. Some studies have shown that those who have migraines have a deficiency in magnesium. It takes about 400-600 mg/day. This amount is covered easily if you consume daily Greens, nuts or seeds.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin):
Studies have shown that if you have the appropriate level of vitamin B2, this will reduce the frequency of migraines. One theory behind the migraines is that too many demands are placed on the nerve cells, and there’s not enough energy to fulfill them all.
Vitamin B2 and magnesium plays an important role in creating energy at the level of nerve cells. You need 400 milligrams of riboflavin per day.
This quantity may be covered by eating mushrooms, leafy greens (spinach, lettuce, broccoli, parsley), avocado, pollen, almond or sesame seeds.
Vitamin D deficiency is becoming more and more common because people are spending increasingly more time in the House. It is possible that this work would contribute to headaches, but what is demonstrated is that vitamin D plays an important role in the way people are feeling the pain.
Very good sources of vitamin E are:
Sunflower seeds, almonds, pine buds, dried apricots, olives, pickled.