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Better Sleep Patterns Can Decrease Migraines

We all know that if you don’t go to sleep, Santa won’t come. But for too many migraine sufferers, a good night’s sleep every night is an impossible dream. A study done at the University of North Carolina by sleep specialist, Dr. Anne Calhoun found that by improving sleeping habits, women decreased their headache frequency by 29% and the intensity of the migraines they did get, by 40%. When the number of migraine days per month is under 15, the...
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