In today's health matters, exercise may help prevent migraines.
Swedish researchers divided nearly 100 patients into three groups and evaluated them for three months. One group exercised 40 minutes a day, three times a week. Another used relaxation techniques and a third was prescribed the migraine drug Topiramate.
They found each group experienced fewer migraines leading authors to conclude exercise works as well as prescription drugs to prevent these excruciating headaches.
Study authors say their findings prove people who suffer with migraines should exercise as part of their prevention program.