Vitamin Supplementation as Possible Prophylactic Treatment against Migraine with Aura and Menstrual Migraine

Some studies have shown an association of hyperhomocysteinemia with migraine as well as the roles of vitamins B6, B9, and B12 in lowering the levels of homocysteine in patients with hyperhomocysteinemia [31–35]. There is also evidence that riboflavin (vitamin B2) reduces the frequency of migraine attacks [36]. Vitamins also act as antioxidants and work effectively in oxidative stress to slow down the disease progression. This review highlights the roles of several types of vitamins that have the potential to be used as migraine prophylaxis.

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