According to a recent small clinical trial, implementing a migraine adapted Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) program helps reduce headache frequency and improves psychological functioning. However, it doesn’t improve headache-related impairment in migraine sufferers.
Migraine sufferers seem less likely to develop diabetes type II, while some people who develop diabetes, become less sensitive to migraines. So, how possibly can migraine attacks and diabetes be related to each other?
First of all, what is tryptophan and what is so special about it? Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that helps our body make melatonin and serotonin. Melatonin is responsible for our good night sleep, while serotonin regulates our appetite, mood and pain. Moreover, our liver can also use tryptophan to produce vitamin B3, which […]
What do you do if you are in pain? Of course, you try to mitigate it in the fastest way, which is often a drug. Most of the commonly prescribed drugs to relieve pain are opioids. They are highly effective but also are highly addictive with negative influence on your brain health.