Researchers at the University Hospital of North Norway, Tromsø, Norway found that the incidence of non-migrainous headaches was significantly higher among people who have low serum vitamin D levels than those with normal levels. Marie Kjaergaard, MD and colleagues conducted a study, which looked into the relationship between vitamin D levels and headaches, after studies previously reported a high prevalence of headache in people who lived in high latitudes. They pointed out that very few case reports have studied the effect of vitamin D on headache, and that intervention studies have not been done. The prospective study involved more than […]Continue reading Non-Migraine Headaches Linked to Vitamin D Deficiency
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