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August 15th, 2013, 09:48 AM
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Apparentlymit is a balance with how much calcium is too much, and it all depends on the person. Inused to take a calcium supplement and got horrible migraines, stopped it and they went away. I looked into my diet and saw that I was actually getting more than the recommended calcium because there is calcium in a lot of things that I had no idea. Calcium dilutes magnesium so too uch calcium to magnesium ratio will continue the migraines. It took me a few months of trial and error to find my balance.

Also, interesting theroy I read while researching all this stuff over the past few years - studies have shown that people who have more frequent migraines are more likely to have mood disorders, so do the miragines cause the mood disorders or or the mood disorders cause the miragines?
I've read the same thing. I read a lot on migraines and bipolar. I think that they are just related because our brains are more sensitive to changes. That's just my thoughts.
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