Detail research study has shown that the lack of Vitamin D might possibly cause migraines.
From the 2,600 middle-aged males from Finland that joined the Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease (KIHD) Risk Factor Study, it has revealed that those with the most 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25 [OH] D) are most likely to report persistent migraine frustrations than those that had the highest Vitamin D.
This research were released on January 3 in Scientific Reports.
Previous Results “Inconclusive”
Previous researchers have actually done a relationship between Vitamin D and migraines. The outcomes are considered “undetermined” due to the fact that lots of small factors to consider.
Dr Virtanen claimed that the researchers thought about taking a look at the population in Finland, where the people are less exposed to direct sunlight, which is a great source of Vitamin D.
All the men who participated in the KIHD research study were aged 42 to 60 years. Stated by Dr Virtanen, the KIHD research study indicates that men living in Finland had the highest possible occurrence of cardiovascular disease on the planet, and also other heart disease compared to female. He added on that migraine is also one of symptoms gathered.