A New and Effective Treatment Discovered to Treat Migraines

· October 10, 2014

A high percentage of the population suffers from headaches.  Statistics show that women primarily are the ones who suffer from them.  This evident reality pushes scientists to search for new advances and treatments each year in hopes of alleviating or even eliminating the frightening suffering caused by migraines.

According to a recent study by the Spanish Society of DAO Deficiency and the Cataluña’s General Hospital, migraines are due, essentially, to a specific enzyme.  It is a simple natural component that can be administered naturally before meals, to permanently eliminate this illness.  I’m sure you’d like to know more, so do not skip the information listed below.

Migraines and the DAO enzyme

Migraine hystamine

This study’s results were presented in the last international pharmaceutical conference, held in Barcelona.  It was the perfect time to demonstrate the direct relationship between the enzyme DAO and migraines.  According to the chief researcher Joan Izquierdo Casas, each patient that suffered from migraines was deficient in this enzyme.

This study was supported by several organizations, lasted for a year and a half, and involved the participation of more than 100 patients who suffered from chronic and severe migraines.  These sufferers had between 9 and 14 episodes a month, and the proportion of those whom habitually suffered from migraines was followed by gender: 81% were women, and 19% were men.

In order for the study to be effective, they used a “double blind” technique, which means that neither the doctors nor the patients knew which group received the enzyme, and which group was administered the placebo.  This gave the conclusive results that were mentioned earlier: migraines are related to a deficiency of the DAO enzyme.  What’s more, a hereditary component was present in some way, as this particular deficiency is transmitted from parents to their children.

How does the DAO enzyme work?

This enzyme is responsible for breaking down and synthesizing a molecule called histamine, which is present in a lot of foods, but is always present in a greater extent in citrus fruits and dairy.  Once the histamine is destroyed, it is eliminated through the urine.  But, what really happens to people who suffer from migraines?  By not having a sufficient amount of the DAO enzyme, they are unable to destroy histamine, and therefore, it tends to accumulate in their blood plasm, which causes both migraines as well as other gastrointestinal disorders.

What is treatment like?

Treatment would be very simple.  Just taking one capsule of the DAO enzyme before main meals would be enough.  This must be done with meals, because this will allow them to fulfill their digestive functions, which is to eliminate and synthesize the histamine that is present in a lot of foods.  Specialists also indicate that this enzyme is not addictive and has no adverse effect, because it is a food.  It is a basic essential complement for digestion.  It’s as easy as that.

How does it work?

Ingesting exogenous DAO enzyme allows the body to reestablish the metabolism of histamine, which prevents it from accumulating in the small intestine where it should frequently be eliminated after completing digestive functions.  Taking these capsules will prevent unnecessary accumulation, and will prevent it from entering the blood stream, which causes migraines and digestive problems.

How to take it

You can take 1 or 2 capsules with a bit of water, twenty or thirty minutes before meals.  Each dosage is equal for all adults, and are shown on the product.  Procuring it will depend on where you live, you can find it in health stores or pharmacies.  It is essentially a basic dietary supplement to promote digestion and eliminate histamine.

Special indications

  • Does not contain lactose or gluten
  • Appropriate for diabetics
  • It is not a medication.  Although this is a natural treatment, as in all treatments, it is wise to consult with your doctor for any possible side effects.