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Why light makes migraines worse

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Geplaatst op 12 januari 2010 - 09:40


Crossed wires can be a real headache, especially for people with migraines, a new study shows

The crisscrossing of nerve fibers in a part of the brain called the thalamus results in increased migraine pain after people are exposed to light, researchers report online January 10 in Nature Neuroscience. The study, which included blind people, reveals that vision isn’t needed for light to spur migraine pain, but that light-sensing cells in the retina do play a role

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