Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Find your migraine triggers
A specialist can help you learn if your diet, environment, or lifestyle helps trigger your migraines
- Try magnesium
Taking 200 mg of this mineral in a well-absorbed supplement two or three times a day may help you have fewer migraines
- Check out feverfew
Take a standardized herbal extract providing 250 mcg of parthenolide a day to help reduce the frequency, severity, and length of migraine attacks
- Consider seeing a chiropractor
A qualified practitioner may be able to correct spinal problems that may cause some migraines
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