Many people who suffer from migraines, avoid coffee, because they assume that the beverage is a headache could trigger the attack. Researchers from Boston have checked this assumption and come to the conclusion that vulnerable people should not, at least drink more than two cups of coffee per day.
The results of the study, published in the American Journal of Medicine, have not been accompanied, one to two caffeinated drinks per day in patients with episodic migraine with a headache. Three or more servings were associated with a higher probability of migraine head pain on the same or following day. In people who consumed rarely caffeine-containing drinks, elevated, but one to two cups of the probability of migraine attacks.
"The role of caffeine is particularly complex, because it can trigger an attack, but also the control of symptoms unterstützt", study author Elizabeth Mostofsky said. "The effect of caffeine depends on both the dose and the frequency. However, since there are only a few prospective studies on the immediate risk of migraine headaches after the intake of caffeine-containing beverages, we have instructions, and diet recommendations for people with migraine." For the study, the researchers carried out on the basis of diaries, in which 98 patients with migraine-listed for six weeks, typical migraine triggers, as well as the Occurrence of headache, comparative analysis.
Migraine affects more than a billion adults worldwide and the third most common disease in the world. Symptoms include, Nausea, mood swings, sensitivity to light and noise, as well as visual and auditory hallucinations in addition to severe headaches. Common triggers of migraine weather patterns, sleep disorders, hormonal changes, Stress, medicines and certain foods or drinks, for example.