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Unlocking the Migraine Mystery: Why Neurologists Are Turning to Nutritional Support For Migraine Sufferers

Westlake Village, CA, May 21, 2024 — Migraines are a debilitating condition affecting over a billion people worldwide. While the root cause remains unclear, years of research suggest a potential link between migraines and nutritional deficiencies. For over 25 years now, these findings have led neurologists and headache specialists around the world to recommend MigreLief, the original, patented non-prescription, drug-free supplement for migraine sufferers.

“There’s growing recognition among neurologists that migraine sufferers often have specific nutritional deficiencies,” says Curt Hendrix, MS, CCN, CNS, Chief Scientific Officer at Akeso Health Sciences and the first to pioneer and patent comprehensive dietary supplements for migraine sufferers. “I saw the connection and realized there was a huge unmet need to address this issue and provide a nutritional option for both adults and children suffering migraine disorder.”

Twenty-seven years ago, “MigreLief Triple Therapy with Puracol” resulted from Hendrix’s research, and received two US patents. Today, Hendrix continues researching and formulating innovative natural options for migraine sufferers.

Studies show deficiencies in magnesium, riboflavin (vitamin B2), and vitamin D are common in migraine patients. Dr. Joshua Daniel of Shore Physicians Group echoes these findings. “Many migraine headache sufferers are found to be deficient in magnesium when they have blood work done,” he states, and he instructs patients to take magnesium for its many benefits.

Magnesium is essential in numerous physiological functions for migraineurs, including maintaining healthy brain blood flow, regulating neurotransmitters, stabilizing cell membranes, and supporting healthy cerebrovascular tone and function to inhibit platelet aggregation and vasospasms.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) acknowledges that while magnesium is abundant in the body, some individuals struggle with absorption. Genetic factors, kidney issues, stress, and low dietary intake can all contribute to this problem.

Research suggests a broader range of deficiencies beyond magnesium might also be at play. Years of double-blind, placebo-controlled studies have shown that a range of nutritional supplements are nutritionally beneficial for migraine sufferers. The National Headache Foundation highlights the importance of B vitamins – especially B2.

Backed by this evidence and years of his own research, Curt Hendrix, MS, CCN, CNS, carefully formulated MigreLief, a supplement designed to address the unique nutritional needs of migraine sufferers. Endorsed by hundreds of neurologists and used by hundreds of thousands worldwide, MigreLief offers a comprehensive nutritional approach for migraine sufferers by providing a combination of essential nutrients, including magnesium, riboflavin, and Puracol feverfew.

Lori Schneider, MD, a board-certified neurologist, says she sees excellent results with her patients who use MigreLief. She’s recommended it for years now and is confident in the formula being “safe, effective, and well-tolerated.”

MigreLief is designed to support healthy neurological function and comfort. MigreLief also stands out for its commitment to quality and efficacy. Manufactured in the United States, it undergoes rigorous testing to ensure purity and potency.

While products like MigreLief and recent research are promising, it’s crucial to consult a healthcare professional before starting any supplement regimen, including MigreLief. A doctor can assess your individual needs and potential interactions with existing medications. By working with a doctor and exploring the link between nutrition and migraines, the right nutritional support can be of substantial benefit and help improve quality of life.


* [1] The National Headache Foundation:

* [2] Shore Physicians Group:

* [3] National Institutes of Health:

* [4] National Institutes of Health National Library of Medicine:

Media Contact:

Sally Bass


Westlake Village, CA


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