There is evidence that certain supplements, such as magnesium, CoQ10, and riboflavin (B2) may help to reduce the frequency or severity of migraine headaches. 5-HTP or fish oil (from supplements or the diet) may also reduce migraine frequency, although evidence supporting use of these supplements is mixed. Certain diets have been associated with reduced frequency and severity of migraine attacks. Being deficient in certain vitamins, as well as consumption of foods such as chocolate or watermelon, have also been reported to trigger migraines. For details, sign in and read the full answer >>
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