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Does Bone Broth Help Relieve Migraine Attacks?
March 21, 2023
What Helps Relieve Migraine Attacks
Hello again my friend,This week I'd like to share a response I gave to one of our fellow migraine sufferers.
Thank you for reaching out with your question about bone broth and its potential benefits for migraines. I have researched the topic and have some information to share with you.
In response to your question about whether bone broth can help relieve migraine attacks, the evidence is limited. While bone broth contains certain nutrients that may help reduce inflammation and improve overall health, such as magnesium and potassium, there is no direct evidence that bone broth can specifically target migraines.
However, bone broth may have some neuroprotective benefits, as it contains nutrients like collagen and gelatin. Collagen, which is found in bones, skin, and connective tissue, plays an important role in maintaining the structure of the brain and supporting the growth of new brain cells. Some studies suggest that consuming collagen supplements may help improve cognitive function and reduce the risk of neurodegenerative diseases.
Gelatin, another nutrient found in bone broth, is made up of amino acids that are important for brain function. One of these amino acids, glycine, has been shown to have a calming effect on the brain, which may help reduce anxiety and promote better sleep.
While bone broth may have some neuroprotective benefits, it should not be relied on as a sole treatment for migraines or any other medical condition. Migraines are complex neurological conditions that can have various triggers and require individualized treatment plans. Therefore, if you suffer from migraines, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best treatment plan for you.
If you have concerns about your brain health, it is also important to consult with a healthcare professional to get an accurate diagnosis and determine the most appropriate treatment plan.
I hope this information is helpful. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any further questions.
I'm so grateful that you stay in touch and allow me into your inbox from time to time... do take care of yourself.
Until next time, stay well and be pain free... as pain free as possible.
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A Personal Note
For the past 7 or 8 years I have been studying our brains potential to change. It’s commonly referred to as plasticity. More recently I have been doing brain retraining including lots of dancing and laughter yoga. So, you may notice that I am starting to take a different direction in future blog posts.
I am hoping to share more joy, laughter and feel-good endorphins with you to help you on your health journey. YAY!
There are over 400 pages of serious well researched migraine treatment, prevention, medication and just everything migraine still here. But from now on… it’s going to be more about fun and laughter to move our brains away from engrained chronic pain conditioning patterns.
And that’s ALL good news!!!
• Migraine Relief Secrets 5 Week FREE e-Course
• The first module of my Migraine Pain Management Course is FREE.
• Join The Migraine Pain Management Workshop
• 10 Day Self Love Challenge
• Migraine Management: How to Reduce Anxiety, Manage Pain and Prevent Attacks [Amazon]
• A Migraine Food & Supplement Experiment: A Journal to Track Your Path to Pain Free Possibilities
• Stress Management Journal for Migraine Relief: 8 Weeks to Less Stress
• The Symptom Tracker Journal
• How To Work with Your Doctor on Medication Selection
• Practical Ways to Help Manage Migraine, Anxiety and Depression: A Printable Journal Workbook
• Brain Food Recipe Cookbook and Journal [coming soon]
>> All in my bookstore
• Migraine Pain Management Course: How to Get the Most Relief Possible. Module one is FREE!
• How To Manage Anxiety and Depression from Your Migraines
• Meditations And Energetic Healing for Migraine Sufferers
>> All in my Migraine Pain Management Courses
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