"Stress Goes To Your Head"

Tension headaches and migraines more common as stress increased

(dailyRx News) It’s not all in your head — stress really does make a difference when it comes to the headaches or migraines that you might experience.

At least, that’s what a recent study found when tracking individuals for two years.

The more stress the participants reported experiencing, the more often they experienced tension-type headaches and/or migraines.

The findings mean that those who are already prone to headaches may need additional help in learning to manage stress.

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