New research shows that drinking too much coffee is associated with an increased risk of headaches and migraines. The Migraine Research Foundation (MRF ) states that migraine is the third most common disease in the world and is about 1 / 2019. It affects billions of adults around the world.
In a study published in the American Journal of Medicine, American researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC ), Brigham Hospital, Women's Studies Center, and School of Public Health Harvard's HSPH Chan has hailed the role of caffeinated beverages as a potential migraine stimulant.
Researchers have found that for those who experience migraines, one or two servings of caffeinated beverages such as coffee, cola and tea were not associated with headaches that day!
However, drinking three or more cups was more likely to be associated with a migraine headache the same day or the next day.