The causes of migraines are diverse, and it is often a combination of factors that stimulates these painful headaches. Magnesium deficiency is closely tied to the functioning of the nervous system, including neurotransmitter production, the clumping of blood platelets and serotonin receptors. By ensuring that you have enough magnesium in your diet, research has shown that people are far less likely to be struck down by a migraine. Magnesium-rich foods that are readily available include leafy greens, dried fruit, bananas, yogurt, dark chocolate and avocados.
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