Posted on Aug 14, 2009 | Comments 0
Researchers at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) suggests that people who consume excess caffeine every day are more likely to develop headaches than those who consume less caffeine.
However, the researchers say that there is no obvious reason for such headaches and also reported that lower coffee intake is also linked with chronic headaches.
The results of the study were drawn from large cross-sectional study of 50,483 people who interviewed regarding ever day caffeine consumption and also headache prevalence.
To drink or not to drink
Caffeine is the world’s most commonly consumed stimulant, and has long been known to have both positive and negative effects on headaches. For example, caffeine is a common ingredient in headache analgesics because it can help relieve headaches.
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