Caffeine and migraines

moominamy at 13h07
Caffeine and migraines

There was mention of caffeine on another post and it made me remember this site.

The author has a very intresting and intricate theory about the role that caffeine plays in migraine (without an already established secondary cause). His view is that caffeine has never been excluded as a big cause of migraine in a big trial and that all other research is based on the ASSUMPTION that caffeine is not the cause. He states that caffeine could [......]
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