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Should I quit smoking if I suffer from migraine?

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Smoking can bring on migraines and make any headache, especially cluster headaches, worse. Ask your doctor how to kick the habit.

SOURCES:

Mount Sinai Hospital. “Managing Your Migraines.”

American Family Physician. “Migraine Headaches: How to Deal With the Pain.”

Mayo Clinic. “Migraines: Simple steps to head off the pain.”

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 19, 2019

SOURCES:

Mount Sinai Hospital. “Managing Your Migraines.”

American Family Physician. “Migraine Headaches: How to Deal With the Pain.”

Mayo Clinic. “Migraines: Simple steps to head off the pain.”

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 19, 2019

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