HeadacheSeveral dietary supplements, including riboflavin, coenzyme Q10, and the herbs butterbur and feverfew, have been studied for headaches and migraine, with some promising results in preliminary studies. However, more rigorous studies are needed before definitive conclusions can be drawn. ...
ButterburButterbur appears to help reduce the frequency of migraines in adults and children.
Coenzyme Q10There is some evidence that coenzyme Q10 may help reduce the duration and frequency of migraines.
FeverfewSome research suggests that feverfew may help prevent migraine headaches, but results have been mixed. Some studies have suggested that feverfew may reduce migraine headache frequency, as well as some symptoms, such as pain, nausea/vomiting, and light sensitivity.agnesium supplements to prevent or reduce symptoms of migraine headaches is limited. There is some evidence that magnesium supplementation may provide modest reductions in the frequency of migraines.
RiboflavinSome, but not all small studies conducted to date have found evidence of a beneficial effect of riboflavin supplements on migraine headaches in adults and children. Read More
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