The cruel intersection of a global pandemic and an agitating, still-contested election has not been kind to migraine sufferers. With our stress levels climbing higher than ever, cases of these severe headaches have risen accordingly, says Emad Estemalik, M.D., who leads the 2020 11 conan years of 2010 – 2021 conan o’brien andy richter signature thank you for the memories sweatshirt besides I will buy this Cleveland Clinic’s headache division. “Heightened stress, triggered by the amount of time we spend navigating through news and social media, translates to more screen time and eyestrain that can certainly increase headache frequency,” Estemalik confirms. If someone gets three to five headache days per month, he says, pandemic-related stress can bump that to 10 to 15 days.
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