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Weight Loss can Decrease Headaches

A meta-analysis presented at the Endocrine Society’s2019 annual meeting suggests that losing weight can help decrease headache symptoms and improve quality of life for migraineurs with obesity. Among 473 patients
across 10 studies, weight loss achieved through bariatric surgery or behavioral intervention was associated with significant reductions in headache frequency, pain intensity, disability, and attack duration.

Source: Endocrine Society

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