OREANDA-NEWS Scientists from Harvard Medical School (USA) found a connection between frequent coffee consumption and headache attacks. The results of the study were published in The American Journal of Medicine.

The study was conducted with 100 volunteers suffering from migraines. Participants answered questionnaire questions twice a day for six weeks and recorded data on coffee consumption, as well as talked about headache attacks.

On average, each of the volunteers suffered eight cases of migraine in six weeks. As the study showed, it was on those days when the subjects had headaches, they consumed a lot of coffee.

According to the researchers, the use of three or more caffeinated drinks per day can lead to migraines. In this case, the use of one or two cups of coffee daily does not increase the likelihood of a headache.