A Healthier Weight May Mean Fewer Migraines
WEDNESDAY, April 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Your weight just might influence your risk of migraine headaches, a new review finds.
“Those with migraine and [their] doctors need to be aware that excessive weight and extreme weight loss are not good for [migraine sufferers], and that maintaining a healthy weight can decrease the risk of migraine,” said study corresponding author Dr. B. Lee Peterlin.
She is director of headache research at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.
“Healthy lifestyle choices in terms of weight management and diet and exercise are warranted,” she added.