Calm your mind while reducing migraine
Cove's magnesium supplement offers 400 mg magnesium citrate, glycinate and oxide tablets. After working with leading headache specialists, we chose this formulation because it's easily absorbed, calming, and most likely to be effective.
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Benefits of Magnesium
Multiple scientific studies have shown magnesium can reduce the frequency of attacks.
Effective dose for migraine
Those with migraine are often magnesium deficient - diet doesn't always help.
Cove's magnesium citrate, glycinate and oxide formulation was chosen specially for its easy absorption and calming properties.
Not sure what you need? Need a prescription? Cove's providers can create a personalized treatment plan just for your migraine.
Get a thorough online consultation with a medical provider who specializes in migraine.
Do I need a prescription to take Magnesium?
Nope! It's always a good idea to talk to your doctor before starting a new dietary supplement, but you don't need a prescription to take Magnesium.
Can magnesium help prevent migraines?
According to multiple scientific studies, the American Headache Society, and the American Academy of Neurology, the answer is yes. Not every clinical trial has shown magnesium to be effective at preventing migraine headaches, but there's enough evidence that it helps that it's a good option to consider.
How does Magnesium help with migraine?
Experts think magnesium may help prevent the wave of brain signaling, called a cortical spreading depression, that is thought to cause migraines. It can also reduce pain during a migraine attack by blocking pain-transmitting chemicals in the brain.
What form of magnesium supplement does Cove offer?
Cove offers 400 mg magnesium citrate, glycinate and oxide tablets. After working with leading headache specialists, we chose this formulation because it's easily absorbed, calming, and most likely to be effective.
Are there any possible side effects?
Typically, if people get too much magnesium, their kidneys will just get rid of the excess in their urine. Still, you should not take magnesium supplements more often than indicated on the packaging unless directed by your doctor.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.