I get zig zags in my eyes for about 15 minutes and then I get a headache.
Q. Dear Terry, “At different times during the month I get zig zags in my eyes for about 15 minutes and then I get a headache. When asking, I was told it was the start of a migraine. What can I do for this?” — B.D., Fargo, ND
A. Dear B.D., Headaches are one of the most commonly reported sources of pain. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), headaches are the number one most common nervous system disorder. In fact, 47 percent—almost half of the population of the planet—had some form of headache in the past year.
Fortunately, there are ingredients that can stop the inflammation and blood vessel constriction associated with headaches, and keeps them from returning. However, I would first recommend consulting with your healthcare practitioner to rule out the possibility that an underlying condition is causing your symptoms. If everything checks out, I would then suggest trying the following nutrients.
You may want to consider taking the following combination: highly absorbable curcumin, boswellia, DLPA, vitamin B6 and magnesium. Each ingredient works in a slightly different manner to stop—and prevent—headaches regardless of their cause or type. I suggest taking these four ingredients once or twice daily.
Terry . . . Naturally