137 – Natural Relief for Migraine Headaches – My Interview with Dr. Raj Aggarwal, MD

Targeted nutrition and lifestyle can change your life.

Dr. Raj AggarwalBrain SupportI suffered with migraine headaches for many years starting as a teenager, so I know how debilitating migraines can be. I learned in my twenties that there were some nutrients that could dramatically reduced the intensity of my migraines. This was in the 1970’s before we had the knowledge that we have now. But even then, I discovered that migraines could be treated naturally. As a result, I was never on any migraine medications. Taking vitamin B-6 and niacin reduced by headaches by 90%. Eventually my migraines all but disappeared. So I know that nutrition can help.

Times have changed. We now have much more clinical science on nutrition and migraines. Doctors and researchers are discovering that nutrition is a viable way to reduce headaches, reduce severity and frequency and potentially lead to reduction or elimination of the need for medications. In this interview with Dr. Raj Aggarwal, we will discuss the cause of migraines and what you can do. Dr. Aggarwal discusses the 10 things you should do to best manage your headaches.

10 Steps to Headache Management (excerpted from MigraineFactorX.com)….READ MORE….

  1. Understand Your HeadachesHeadache
  2. Avoid Food Triggers
  3. Avoid Environmental Triggers
  4. Keep a Headache Diary
  5. Daily Exercise
  6. Regular Neck Stretches
  7. Good Sleep Habits
  8. Relaxation and Stress Free Living
  9. Avoid over-the-counter pain pills like Tylenol, Advil, and Excedrin for frequent headaches
  10. Take Migraine Factor X

Migraine Factor XMigraine Factor X is a unique blend of premium, powerful ingredients to help support the brain function. Migraine Factor X should be taken for three months in order to gain the full effect. The benefits from Migraine Factor X can take 3 to 6 weeks to be evident. Give it a 3 month trial for full benefit. Once effective, continue on Migraine Factor X on a daily basis. Migraine headache is a chronic problem and it can restart when you stop the supplement.

There are multiple studies showing benefit in preventing headaches with the individual ingredients. These ingredients have been recommended by American Academy of Neurology in the Episodic Migraine prevention guidelines, most recently updated in 2012, and published in the Neurology Journal. These nutrients in their clinically studied forms are also endorsed by the American Osteopathic Association and the International Headache Society.

The benefit of Migraine Factor X without following the first nine steps is limited. If you are serious about controlling your headaches, then please follow these steps in combination. If you do only 1, 2 and 3 or only 8.9 and 10, you may not see any change or any benefit. If you have diligently followed these steps and your headaches are continuing, you should see your Headache specialist. (end excerpt)…..READ MORE….

Migraine Factor X
Migraine Factor X is a nutritional supplement that includes the five ingredients that we determined in the studies to be safe and effective. They are found in the potency and forms that were used in the studies. These include standardized extracts of Butterbur and Feverfew, Riboflavin (B-2), Magnesium Glycinate and CoQ10. All of these ingredients have some moderate to strong clinical evidence and as a combination should give you the best results.

About Dr. Raj Aggarwal, MD
Raj Aggarwal, MD is the Director, Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology Headache Center, Burnsville, MN. Dr. Aggarwal is a neurologist with expertise in Headaches and Sleep Medicine. He has been in practice at Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology for 15 years. Dr. Aggarwal trained at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI and he is president of MD Innovations, a company engaged in bringing effective natural therapies to consumers. Dr. Aggarwal is a migraine sufferer himself.

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1 Deb August 8, 2016 at 3:18 pm

I can no longer find on Amason. Where can I buy Migraine Factor X now?


2 Steve Lankford August 8, 2016 at 3:30 pm

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