The secret to beating migraines may be hiding in plain sight!
For years, scientists have been trying to cook up ways to unscramble the brain to stop the pain.
They’ve tried everything…
- Meds to dull the pain.
- Electrical zaps to target the nerves.
- Magnetic therapy to send headache-blocking pulses right into the skull.
But what if they’ve been looking in the WRONG place?
The REAL cause of migraines – and how to CURE it
It’s as if this cure has been right in front of your eyes all along.
Except it hasn’t.
It’s not in FRONT of your eyes.
It’s actually INSIDE your eyes already. Because new research finds a direct link between the misery of itchy, scratchy dry eyes and the agony of migraine pain.
Overall, having migraines increases the risk of dry eyes by 20 percent.
But the risk gets BIGGER as you get OLDER. And in senior women, having one increases the odds of the other by a stunning 250 percent.
That number is just too big to be a coincidence.
Treating your dry eyes could ease migraines
You might say it’s coming into focus that there’s a clear-as-day link between the two.
And the researchers behind this potentially game-changing new study believe that if you can cure one…
…you just might be able to cure the OTHER, too!
That doesn’t sound so great if you start with the migraines; after all, we already know how tough they are to treat.
But starting with the dry eyes?
That’s a whole lot easier. And the researchers behind the study say there’s already evidence that treating dry eyes can ease or even end the migraines in at least some patients.
Find REAL relief with two proven dry-eye solutions
This doesn’t mean you can simply squirt some drops in your eyes and expect the headaches to stop.
The drops might ease the itch, but they won’t help the underlying CAUSE– which is what’s likely responsible for both the headaches and the dry eyes.
Try these two eye-watering options instead:
1. Fish oil:
Multiple studies have found that omega-3 supplements can provide real and lasting relief from dry eyes. And in what is certainly not a coincidence, a 2002 study found that both fish oil and olive oil provided a major reduction in headaches in migraine patients.
2. Vitamin D:
The sunshine vitamin can help improve your eye’s protective layer – the part that dries up – and fight the inflammation linked to dry eyes. And since studies show 40 percent of migraine patients are deficient in D, it seems like once again there’s a real connection.
Don’t choose one or the other; for some truly eye-opening results cover ALL your bases with BOTH.