New research from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital sheds light on the vitamin and supplement deficiencies that can be a major contributing cause to migraines, especially in younger people.
The Study in question included children, teens and young adult migraine patients. Many of them were shown to have deficiencies in Vitamin D, Riboflavin and Coenzyme Q 10.
The study also determined that girls were more likely than boys and young men to have a CoQ10 deficiency while boys and young men were more likely to have Vitamin D deficiency.
Patients with chronic migraines were more likely to have coenzyme q10 and riboflavin deficiencies than patients with episodic migraines.
This confirms previous research that show vitamin and supplement deficiencies linked to migraines.