Scientists in the study found a link between sexual orientation and the frequency, as well as the severity of a person's migraine. The conclusions are made by the staff of the University of California, San Francisco.
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The work of scientists involved over a thousand adult volunteers. As a result, after observing and analyzing their condition, experts came to the conclusion that those who consider themselves to be representatives of sexual minorities, including bisexuals, have a higher risk of developing migraines. Almost a third of the study participants with a non-traditional orientation encountered it. In addition, the likelihood of a severe form of this condition increased.
Scientists have previously warned that abrupt withdrawal from caffeine-containing drinks is fraught with the occurrence of migraine attacks, which can occur, including with exacerbations.