Help for headaches

If you suffer with occasional headaches you may have low levels of vitamin D. I'm seriously beginning to wonder if there's anything that this vitamin isn't good for. A recent study, published in the journal Headache, has found a link between low levels of vitamin D and non-migraine headaches.

The Norwegian Tromsø Study has tracked 11,614 volunteers since 1974. Over the years researchers have surveyed participants on various health issues and the latest round of surveys revealed an interesting association between non-migraine headaches and D.

Volunteers with the lowest levels of vitamin D had 20 percent more headaches. If your D levels are low raising them may be just the trick you need to say goodbye once and for all to the headache pain.