Eating oily fish can help reduce migraine attacks

Eating oily fish can help reduce migraine attacks

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Eating oily fish can help reduce migraine attacks

Eating a lot of oily fish and a small amount of vegetable oils can help relieve headaches in people with regular migraines. This conclusion was reached by American scientists from the National Institute of Aging (NIA) of the USA, the National Institutes of Health and the University of North Carolina, the magazine reports. BMJ…

In the course of the research, 182 people suffering from migraines were divided into three groups, the participants of which were on different diets. The first group consisted of foods high in fatty fish and low in vegetable fats, the second consisted of foods high in fatty fish and linoleic acid, and the third consisted of foods high in linoleic acid and low in fatty fish.

As a result, it turned out that people from the first group who ate a diet with less vegetable oil and more oily fish led to a 30% -40% reduction in the total number of hours of headache per day.

On June 4, therapist Divina Ramirez gave eight tips for people suffering from migraines.

In the fall of 2020, the chief freelance neurologist of the Ministry of Health of the Moscow Region, Rinat Bogdanov, spoke about the danger of migraine attacks. Migraine attacks double the likelihood of stroke, he said. He noted that migraine is a disease with a hereditary predisposition.