Migraines Can Disturb Sexual Life

Research shows that as women suffer from headaches tend to have difficulty in sexual intercourse.

This is evidenced by a study recently. As many as 90% of women seeking treatment for headaches have a less desire to make love. While 29% of them really suffer when making love because of the situation.
The study involved 100 women whose average age 40 years. They all have a complaint about headache that they suffered for years. Most of them suffer from migraines. Some chronic headaches (headaches more than 15 times a month). The volunteers, who undergo an interview process, are required to undergo a test, explaining the medical history, and filling out questionnaires about their sexual lives.
Researchers found 91 participants experienced problems in their sexual lives. Was 20% of these women met the criteria as suffering from hypoactive sexual desire disorder. This condition are by those who have a low sex drive, causing excess pressure on themselves. Currently 17% are reported to have low sex drive but did not feel the pain of it. Not only sexual problems, individuals who suffer from migraines also had higher levels of the hormone serotonin (the hormone in charge of reducing the negative effects of stress) is low in their brains, rather than another individual who does not suffer from migraines.

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