April 5th, 2011
A recent study carried out by the University of Washington in Seattle and published in the medical journal “Headache” found that women whose migraines started in childhood were 33% more likely to gain 22 pounds or more after the age of 18 than women who didn’t have migraines.
It is known that obesity doubles the odds of getting migraines and that over-weight children who were suffering from migraines, improved significantly, if they lost weight.
Combining this information with the established correlation between hormonal fluctuations and blood sugar fluctuation contributing to both migraines and weight gain, it makes sense that preventing migraines rather than medicating for the pain, is clearly the goal of choice, for migraine sufferers….And nothing does all of these things more efficiently than MigreLief.
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