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Solution for vitamin D headache?

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by howirecovered, Sep 14, 2013.

  1. howirecovered

    howirecovered Senior Member

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    Too much sunshine or vitamin D supplementation gives me a frontal headache centered around the left eye which is intense enough to bother my vision and often lasts up to 36 hours. My vitamin D levels are low, around 29.

    I'd really like to feel free to spend time outside without covering every inch of my skin... so hoping for a solution. The vitamin D Council suggested magnesium but I'm already taking 2.4 g a day and it doesn't seem to help. Any ideas?

    I'm currently following Cutler chelation protocol, methylation support and taking 50 mg a day of iodine. my full supplement list is here http://howirecovered.com/the-supplements/ and my story is here http://howirecovered.com/my-story/

    I'm pretty confident that I'm on the path to recovery but when I get hit by one of these headaches, I'm just miserable...
     
  2. seansee

    seansee

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    Do you get migraines?
     
  3. howirecovered

    howirecovered Senior Member

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    nope, not that I'm aware of anyway!
     
  4. jimmy86

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    Interesting. Could be the solution to my recent headaches...
     
  5. beaverfury

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    Hi How

    This is a bit belated. I've just become interested in this possibility.

    Relationship between vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and migraine without aura in an Iranian population.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23984350

    I quick scan of NCBI pubmed pulls up many trials searching for links between neurological issues and vitamin D receptor variations.
    I haven't had time to go through any of them yet, so i don't know if there's any consensus conslusions.
     
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  6. howirecovered

    howirecovered Senior Member

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    thanks Beaverfury!
     

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