Belly Fat May Make Migraines More Likely
THURSDAY, Feb. 12 (HealthDay News) -- Being overweight may increase the risk of migraine headaches in young and middle-aged adults, suggests a U.S. study that included 22,211 people. Age, gender and the way body fat was distributed affected migraine risk.
Does being overweight cause headaches?
Studies have found that being severely overweight may almost double a person?s chances of suffering from migraines, according to Dailymail. Migraines affect one in every seven adults, and cost the UK economy an estimated £2billion a year.
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