Sun08252019

Robins Global News & Noticias



  • Gaming Chair Review
    Gaming Chair Review
  • Writing Service Review
    Writing Service Review
  • Youtube Marketing Guide
    Youtube Marketing Guide
  • Slot Game Review
    Slot Game Review
  • Download TV Series
    Download TV Series
  • All Elite Wrestling
    All Elite Wrestling

RobinsPost News Network

+ Larger Font | + Smaller Font

Consumer Daily Reports

Consumer News: How much caffeine will cause a migraine?

PhotoGetting through the day without caffeine can be difficult for many consumers, but researchers from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are now warning against consuming too much caffeine, as doing so can cause migraines. 

According to the study, consumers should be safe from migraines if they drink only one or two caffeinated drinks per day; they say drinking three or more could cause powerful headaches. 

“While some potential triggers -- such as lack of sleep -- may only increase migraine risk, the role of caffeine is particularly complex, because it may trigger an attack but also helps control symptoms,” explained researcher Elizabeth Mostofsky. 

Determining safe levels of caffeine

To see how caffeine had an effect on developing migraines, the researchers analyzed nearly 100 adult participants, all of whom were prone to migraines. 

Over the course of six weeks, participants detailed their migraine frequency and severity, as well as a complete list of any caffeinated beverages they drank -- tea, soda, coffee, energy drinks, etc. To ensure that the findings focused on caffeine’s role in migraines, the researchers also had the participants document all known triggers of migraines, whether that was certain medications or sleeping habits. 

After analyzing the results, the researchers determined that it would take three or more caffeinated drinks for regular caffeine drinkers to experience severe migraine pain; however, just one to two servings of caffeine could incite severe pain for those who don’t drink caffeine regularly. 

The researchers emphasized that migraine sufferers shouldn’t swear off caffeine, but they should be aware that high amounts of it can increase their risk of severe headache pain. 

“Despite the high prevalence of migraine and often debilitating symptoms, effective migraine prevention remains elusive for many patients,” said Dr. Suzanne M. Bertisch. “Interestingly, despite some patients with episodic migraines thinking they need to avoid caffeine, we found that drinking one to two servings/day was not associated with higher risk of headache. More work is needed to confirm these findings, but it is an important first step.” 

Knowing when to cut back on coffee

A recent study sought to answer a question many consumers have about their caffeine intake: how much coffee is too much coffee? 

The researchers found that everyone processes caffeine differently, but it’s important for consumers to trust their bodies. Feeling jittery, nauseous, or irritable are all clues that you’ve overdone it with coffee for the day. The research team recommended not consuming over six cups per day, as that was the threshold where many of the study’s participants were more susceptible to cardiovascular disease. 

“Knowing the limits of what’s good for you and what’s not is imperative,” said researcher Elina Hyppönen. “As with many things, it’s all about moderation; overindulge and your health will pay for it.”



Posted: 2019-08-09 15:41:06

Get Full News Story On Consumer Affairs


Listen to this article. Speaker link opens in a new window.
Text To Speech BETA Test Version.


Print Friendly and PDF Share Embed


Related News Stories From The Web And More

Related Bing News

Consumer News: How much caffeine will cause a migraine? | Consumer Daily Reports | RobinsPost News Network - Newscast

How much caffeine will cause a migraine?

Fri, 09 Aug 2019 08:54:00 GMT

“While some potential triggers -- such as lack of sleep -- may only increase migraine risk, the role of caffeine is particularly complex, because it may trigger an attack but also helps control ...

Too much coffee could raise risk of migraines

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 09:44:00 GMT

"Interestingly, despite some patients with episodic migraine thinking ... available about caffeine and headache -- particularly in this 'golden age' of coffeehouses and a high level of daily ...

How Much Coffee Is Too Much for Migraine Sufferers?

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 06:37:00 GMT

THURSDAY, Aug. 8, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- If you have migraines ... "Interestingly, despite some patients with episodic migraine thinking they need to avoid caffeine, we found that drinking one to ...

11 things you should know about caffeine

Sun, 23 Aug 2015 23:00:00 GMT

"The thought is that plants produce it to keep it from being eaten," Jennifer Temple, an associate professor at the University of Buffalo who specializes in caffeine research, told CBS News ...

Cherry Hill woman sues Novartis over marketing of Excedrin pain medicines

Sun, 19 Jan 2014 06:30:00 GMT

A Cherry Hill woman has filed a lawsuit in federal court accusing Novartis of consumer fraud ... aspirin and caffeine — they are essentially identical. One key ingredient is different: price. Excedrin ...

Related News Story Videos From Youtube

Migraine Prevention and the Benefits of Ancestry Services


Related Videos On: Migraine Prevention and the Benefits of Ancestry Services


Is Excedrin tension migraine good for you ? | Best Health FAQ Channel


Related Videos On: Is Excedrin tension migraine good for you ? | Best Health FAQ Channel


DIRECT MS CANNABIS PRESENTATION (Oct 30, 2018)


Related Videos On: DIRECT MS CANNABIS PRESENTATION (Oct 30, 2018)


When a Brain Scan Showed What Was Behind Her Headaches, Doctors Began an Incredible Treatment


Related Videos On: When a Brain Scan Showed What Was Behind Her Headaches, Doctors Began an Incredible Treatment


Prescription Acetaminophen/Opioid Combinations: Making Pain Medicines Safer


Related Videos On: Prescription Acetaminophen/Opioid Combinations: Making Pain Medicines Safer






Blow Us A Whistle

Comments (Whistles) Designed By Disqus




Company Information

Official Content Providers











PRIVACY POLICY

We recommend Firefox 3 (and above), Edge, and Chrome for dynamic performance.
© 2008-2019 RobinsPost (The Bird's Eye View Company) All rights are reserved.
RobinsPost provides links to news sites based on their RSS feeds.
All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by news sources.
News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources:
Bing News, Google News, Faroo News, NewsApi.org and YouTube Search Results.
ROBINSPOST Is Proudly Made In America.
Where Quality, Safety and Service Comes First.