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Do any supplements or foods help with migraine? Do any trigger migraine?
Find out if supplements such as magnesium, CoQ10, riboflavin, butterbur, feverfew and others help with migraine. Also learn about foods that may trigger migraine, including chocolate and watermelon.
Is it true that yogurt and kefir can trigger migraines?
Learn about the risks of migraines and headaches from yogurt, kefir and other dairy products.
I've read that magnesium deficiency is rare but also that most people don't get enough magnesium. How can these both be true?
Learn how common magnesium deficiency is, and why, even if you are not deficient, you may still benefit from getting more magnesium. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Are lozenges and sublingual pills considered dietary supplements?
Learn more about lozenges and sublingual pills (such as echinacea, zinc and B12) including safety warnings.
How do the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines compare in terms of efficacy, safety and side effects? How, when and where do I get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Find out how the COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna compare and learn how when and where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Which supplements can help me sleep and which cause insomnia?
Find out which supplements may improve sleep, including melatonin, L-tryptophan, and magnesium, and which may make sleeping more difficult.
Do diamine oxidase (DAO) supplements for histamine intolerance really work?
DAO supplement info for histamine intolerance, including diamine oxidase safety, evidence from clinical studies, and dosage.
What are CoQ10 side effects?
CoQ10 side effects, such as nausea, headache, and insomnia, and how you can reduce the occurrence of CoQ10 side effects. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Taking 2 grams of L-glutamine in water on an empty stomach (as directed) caused me to be nauseous, dizzy and anxious. Is this a normal side effect of glutamine?
Find out how to prevent nausea, dizziness and anxiety when taking monosodium glutamine in water on an empty stomach.
Are there any supplements I should avoid when taking acetaminophen (Tylenol)?
Find out if there are any supplements that should be avoided when taking acetaminophen (Tylenol).
What is Prelief? Does it really help for heartburn and/or bladder pain from acidic foods?
Prelief information, including what it has been claimed to do (such as helping with painful bladder, frequent urination, heartburn or indigestion from acidic foods), clinical evidence, and safety.
Can any supplements be used to reduce inflammation in people sensitive to NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, high-dose aspirin, or naproxen?
Find out if supplements such as turmeric, fish oil, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), SAMe (S-adenosyl-methionine), boswellia, ginger, white willow bark or arnica may, or may not, be helpful to people sensitive to NSAIDs.