Menopause Can Give You a Headache

While conducting a survey of 120,000 U.S. households who have migraines, for the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention, researchers discovered a link between menopause and migraine headaches. This is probably no shock to the number of premenopausal and menopausal women enduring the headaches, who were sure there was a connection. The investigation proposes that the headaches may occur or intensify in the years preceding menopause, and should rank with hot flashes, as a menopause symptom. As with menstrual migraines, estrogen fluctuations may be the trigger for painful episodes. Researchers recommend attention now be paid to finding effective treatment.

Read the full article here: Menopause Can Give You a Headache – Dr Weil’s Daily Health Tips – Natural Health Information