Magnesium for Migraines - clinically proven to work

There have been many scientific, double blind studies showing that magnesium for migraines works. Magnesium hasbeen proven to be effective in preventing and reducing migraines.
Migraine Stop’s main ingredient is magnesium. Magnesium takenorally, on its own is not absorbed well by the body. Our supplement goes a few steps further though. Added minerals and vitamins increase the absorption of magnesium. Migraine Stop is a supplement that will give your body all the magnesium it needs, as well as other natural remedies to help prevent migraines.


1. Migraine sufferers proven to have lower levels of magnesium

Study :

The average magnesium level wassignificantly lower in people that suffer from migraines than people that don't, in a study of 140 people.
Magnesium is a mineral that affects over 300 biological functions in the body. It has beenclinically proven todramatically lessen migraines.
If you suffer from Migraines, it is very likely that you have a magnesium deficiency. Migraine Stop can help ensure your body is getting all the magnesium it needs.


2. 600mg of Magnesium for migraines has been proven to significantly reduce Migraine Attacks


Migraine sufferers who took 600mg of magnesium for 12 weeks noticed a 42% reduction in migraine attack frequency.
Migraine Stop has 1695mg of magnesium coming from 3 different sources. It also has other vitamins and minerals to help improve the absorption of the magnesium. Making it more effective than a stand alone magnesium supplement.
Magnesium taken alone as a supplement is not absorbed well thus the study participant only saw a 42% reduction.When you increase the absorption of magnesium, migraine frequency and intensity will be even better than the study.



3. Study shows that preventive treatment of Migraines with oral magnesium is safe and may be effective for some migraine sufferers


Magnesium for Migraine headaches hasbeen proven as a safe and simple option for migraine suffers to use as a preventative.


4. Magnesium levels shown to be lower in Migraineurs


Migraine is a debilitating neurovascular disease that affects approximately 12% of the Caucasian population. It is characterised by nausea and vomiting, photophobia and phonophobia, and severe recurrent headache. Migraine is currently diagnosed based on criteria specified by the International Headache Society.

5. Clinical studies on the various medical uses of Magnesium


Magnesium for Migraine headaches has been proven as a safe and simple option for migraine suffers to use as a preventative.