Migraines affect around 38 million men, women and children each year.
It’s thought that at least one person who suffers from migraine headache in nearly 25 percent of U.S households.
People who suffer from migraines know that it’s more than just a headache.
They may describe the pain as like “a thousand hammers pounding into your skull”.
Some spend their lives either recovering from one migraine or fearing the next.
A migraine attack can last anything from 4 to 72 hours. They can happen at random, which means they have a huge impact on your work, social life and other routines.
Most people deal with migraines by popping painkillers and hiding away in a dark room. Neither of those are much fun.
But there’s good news!
Research has found that migraines are linked to deficiencies in certain vitamins and minerals – two in particular.
And by topping up your levels can significantly reduce your chances of an attack.