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Working from home home can reduce migraine intensity, research shows

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Working from home can help people who suffer from migraines to improve their quality of life, scientists say. A study of migraine sufferers in Italy has found that during lockdown, people’s migraines were shorter, less intensely painful and required less medication. That was partly because the migraine attacks did not last as long. “We hypothesize that this improvement could be attributed to the distance from workplace and its stressor, and the possibility to manage time in a different manner,” say the authors of a study published Neurological Sciences in August. “Previous studies indicated ti…

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