Migraine Proof for Migraine Relief

Migraine Proof Review

Migraine Proof

Migraine Proof













            There are many things that can trigger a migraine in different sufferers. These range from the weather to stress and the environment in which you live, to menstruation (which could be why more women than men are afflicted by migraines), to the consumption of certain types of food such as dairy products, chocolate, and some fruits.

            However, while the triggers for a migraine may be different, research indicates that many migraine sufferers may also suffer from certain important nutritional deficiencies.

            This is a review of Migraine Proof, a supplement that sets out prevent the occurrence of migraine headaches through the provision of nutritional support in the form of Vitamin B2 and Omega-3. It is thought that migraine sufferers may not have enough Vitamin B2. In fact, if there is one ingredient that is common to many over-the-country migraine remedies currently available, it’s Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) – usually in combination with other ingredients. There have also been studies that indicate that Vitamin B2 and Omega-3 may reduce the severity and frequency of migraines.

            What’s in Migraine Proof?

            • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), 10mg – necessary for growth and for the production of red blood cells. It also plays an important role in how our bodies get energy from proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Studies show that it may reduce the intensity and frequency of migraines.
            • Omega 3 (Fish Oil), 1000mg – clinical studies have indicated that Omega 3 may reduce the frequency and severity of migraines and other headaches.

            Other ingredients:

            gelatin, humectant (glycerol), water, emulsifier (lecithin).

            The source of the gelatin is not specified; vegetarians and vegans should, therefore, consume the product with caution.

            How Do You Use Migraine Proof?

            Take 1 gel capsule twice daily.

            Unlike many other long-term, migraine prevention products on the market, Migraine Proof is expected to produce results within 30 days.

            The Cost

            A one-month supply (60 capsules) costs $19.99.

            For 180 capsules – a 3-month supply – the price is $54.99

            Is There a Guarantee?

            Migraine Proof does not provide any guarantee for its product in any way, shape or form. In fact, its website disclaimer is among the harshest we have seen: no returns accepted, and – unless prevented by law for this – no responsibility for the performance of its product or any incidental or consequential damages you may suffer.

            The Conclusion of Our Migraine Proof Review

            Migraine Proof is a nutritional supplement that contains just two active ingredients, Riboflavin (vitamin B2) and Omega 3, that’s been formulated to provide long-term relief from migraines – not by treating them when they occur, but by preventing them from occurring in the first place. Clinical trials have indicated that both these ingredients may have a role in reducing the intensity and frequency of migraines.

            While many competitive products that are also formulated to prevent rather than cure migraines often require you to keep taking them for months before you can expect any benefits, Migraine Proof is expected to deliver results possibly within one week, and certainly within one month.

            However, it is important to note that the high dosage of Omega-3 may not agree with everyone. It has been known to leave a fishy taste in your mouth and may result in nausea, stomach upsets, and loose stools. If this is your experience, you may need to weigh up the benefits of possible migraine prevention against these mild, but unpleasant side effects. The source of the Omega 3 is also not clear, which means that anyone with a shellfish allergy should use the product with extreme caution.

            Brought to you by the health experts at Consumer Health Review.

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