It’s official – stress DOES cause headaches (and the pain then causes us to become even more stressed)

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Article in the Daily Mail by Jenny Hope

– There was a ‘clear link’ between the amount of stress people’s lives and how often they experienced a headache, say German researchers
– Those most seriously affected had a 6% rise in ‘headache days’
– Around 30.4 million Britons – three out of four adults – claim to have suffered from headaches or migraines in the past six months

Feel a headache coming on? You could be under stress, say researchers.

A new study proves what most people had suspected – that having more stress in your life leads to more headaches.

There was a ‘clear link’ between the amount of stress people’s lives and how often they experienced a headache.

Those most seriously affected had a six per cent rise in ‘headache days’, says the study released ahead of the American Academy of Neurology’s 66th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.

Research by Mintel in the UK found as many as 30.4 million Britons – three out of four adults – claim to have suffered from headaches or migraines in the past six months.

Read more here

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