Posted February 13, 2018 05:22:33A migraine headache may not be so bad as it may seem, according to a study.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield, UK, conducted a study of 9,839 migraine patients and found that tea has a strong anti-inflammatory effect on the body.
The study found that the tea was associated with less pain, more time spent in a relaxed position and improved levels of energy and mental alertness in those who drank it regularly.
The findings may help migraine sufferers understand the anti-inflammation benefits of tea, which is used to treat migraines and other types of pain.
The researchers said that they hoped the study would help reduce the fear of tea and help migraine patients relax.
Dr Satchidananda told The Times: ‘Tea has been shown to have many potential health benefits.
It’s one of the most widely used medicinal herbs around the world and the fact that it’s been proven to be safe and effective in the treatment of migraine is a bonus.’
The study was published in the British Journal of Pain.
The researchers, led by Dr Satchyananda, also studied a number of other types and indications for tea.
Dr Sangeet Som, a research fellow at the Institute of Medicine, said the findings could help migraine relief and reduce the stigma around tea.’
Tea has a variety of health benefits, including lowering inflammation, reducing pain, boosting energy, helping people feel rested and more,’ she said.
‘Tea is an important source of antioxidants, which are also beneficial in preventing and treating chronic pain.’
Dr Som added that tea’s benefits extend to migraine treatment, and that it was important to remember that the effect of tea is not permanent.’
It may not cause the symptoms of migraine in people who do not take tea, but it is a powerful medicine that has the potential to ease pain,’ she explained.