A Story of Hope!

I would like to share my success story as a way to give hope to so many people who suffer from migraines.

I have suffered from migraines since I was about 16. At times in my life they were really bad. At other times I would not get them for awhile. All my life I have had to try to avoid migraines by eating snacks often, drinking a lot of water, avoiding too much sunlight, trying not to change up my daily schedule too much and all of the other millions of ways we try to avoid migraines…

In the past year my migraines escalated to the worst they have been in my life. I was getting severe migraines 3-4 times per week and when I didn’t have a severe migraine, I always felt foggy and slightly nauseous. My first day at my new job I could barely make it through the day. I was shaking, couldn’t think straight, extremely nauseous, could barely stand and still had to try to act “normal” because who can’t make it through their first day of work?! I threw up on my way out of work.

I tried many different medications, changed birth control pills, changed my diet, eliminated caffeine, adjusted my exercise schedule, went to a chiropractor and much more. Nothing helped. I was terrified I would never function normally again. I was scared I would never be able to make plans with family and friends in the evening (as I would have to cancel them). I was terrified I would never make it through a day at work without having a severe migraine by 5pm.

Then a fellow migraine-sufferer told me about B2. I started taking 400mg of B2 two months ago. I have not gotten a migraine since! I know, it sounds crazy but it’s true and I’m so incredibly thankful.

To all of you migraine-sufferers, hang in there. Keep trying different options for treatment. Most importantly, don’t give up hope. I hope that all of you will find a “magic” cure as I have (at least for now, hopefully for forever).

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