Depression And Migraines Can Shrink Your Brain

Depression and migraines can lead to many bad effects. One of them is making the size of the brain shrink by two percent.

Researchers found a depressed or who experience frequent migraine headaches, are prone to experience brain shrinkage by two percent. This result was obtained after observing 12 respondents who were depressed and ten people with migraine headaches. Having gone through the process of observation and research, they found that on average their brains shrink by two percent.

As for this result researchers still needed further research whether this shrinkage affects the person’s daily activities. Although it is difficult to deny whether migraine and depression can affect the performance of your thinking, these two percent shrinking is still being observe carefully again.

Meanwhile, latest research also found that vitamin B12 can help prevent brain from shrinking. A daily intake of 2.4 micrograms of vitamin B12 is enough to prevent brain shrinkage and you can get that from eggs, meat, fish and milk intake

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