Sleeping patterns: Getting adequate sleep and maintaining a regular sleep schedule may reduce the frequency of migraines base on the research.
Research from California
Research has proposed that it has good health and academic effect on the high school student when it starting school later in the morning.
This is because their natural body clock tends to be late-to-bed and late-to-rise.
However, a team from the University of California, San Francisco has found out another cause to push back the start time.
Finding from sleeping research
From the research, they found that teenagers with migraines with the high schools started before 8:30 a.m. They experience 7 times per month. This was almost three more headache days than those with later school start times.
Relationship between sleep and migraine
Evidence suggests that there is a relationship between sleep and migraine.
In fact, getting adequate sleep and maintaining a regular sleep schedule may reduce the frequency of migraines.
Amount of participants
About 1,000 teens whose headaches fit the criteria for migraine responded to a survey.
The number of related are 509 participants starting school before 8.30 AM and 503 starting after.
While the average number of headache days per month averaged 7.7 days for the earlier group and 4.8 days for the later group.
Sleeping is important to maintain a good health condition. This is also to prevent the migraine in order to reduce unwanted things happen.
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