(NBC NEWS) — A new study looking at the link between sleep and migraine headaches reveals some mixed results.
Researchers from Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital followed 98 adults with a history of migraine.
They found people who woke up frequently during the night had a higher risk of migraine, not the next day but the day after that.
However, not getting enough sleep and poor sleep quality were not associated with migraines.
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