Migraines Increase the Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes New York Times
- “Using the Danish National Patient Registry, researchers matched 51,032 people with migraines, 71 percent of them women, with 510,320 people in the general population without migraines. The subjects were, on average, age 35 at the start of the study, and researchers followed them for 19 years.”
- ..."people with migraines had a
49 percent increased chance of heart attack, and
roughly double the risk of stroke.
They also had a 59 percent increased risk of a blood clot in their veins"
- Large vessel Ischemic Stroke 13 X more likely if low vitamin D – Nov 2017
- Fewer headaches and other benefits of higher vitamin D – Jan 2017
- Migraine headaches reduced with 50,000 IU vitamin D weekly – RCT July 2015
- Cluster headaches substantially reduced by 10,000 IU of Vitamin D in 80 percent of people
- Acute Migraine 35 times more likely if low Magnesium levels – May 2016
Both Migraines and Strokes are also associated with low Magnesium - perhaps Magnesium is the commonality
- Migraine headaches quickly reduced with Magnesium – Meta-analysis Jan 2016
- Migraines may be due to lack of lack of Magnesium in half of sufferers – May 2012
- Headaches category listing has
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