Low Vitamin D Linked to Headache
Marie Kjaergaard, MD, University
and colleagues Hospital of North Norway
found that the incidence of non-migrainous headache was 20% higher in
participants who had the lowest levels of vitamin D than in those with the
highest levels. Physical exercise, alcohol consumption, education level, and
some chronic diseases also influence vitamin D levels.
Headache. 2012;52:1499-1505. Abstract