These migraines are brought about by both the hormonal Joint Complex 4000 Review shifts that occur during menstruation as well as changes in blood sugar levels. They are often accompanied by PMS symptoms of bloating, breast pain, irritability, cravings, acne, poor sleep and anxiety, as well. These hormonal changes are similar to the changes in estrogen levels that occur as women are approaching menopause and in fact some women will develop migraines as they approach menopause because of these decreasing estrogen levels.
Correcting these imbalances can reduce or eliminate both migraines and many of the symptoms of PMS. Our own clinical observations indicate that addressing hormonal shifts without also balancing blood sugar levels leads to less comprehensive benefits not only regarding migraine prophylaxis but regarding the aforementioned symptoms associated with PCOS. Therefore we recommend adding to any proposed regimen, ingredients like chromium picolinate, or other insulin sensitizing ingredients, plus additional dietary fiber to prevent spiking of blood glucose levels that can often led to the precipitous drops associated with hypoglycemia.
We at MigreLief have created a safe, gentle and natural medicine for adolescent and adult women suffering from both/either menstrual/hormonally related migraines and monthly symptoms of PMS, it is called MigreLief+M. In fact, women suffering from symptoms of PCOS Polycystic ovarian syndrome like acne, thinning hair, irregular menstrual cycles and weight gain may benefit as well. It will be available in 1-2 months.
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