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Headache (Emicrania)

headache gluten celiac disease symptomWhat Is Headache Or Emicrania?

Emicrania is a headache resulting from stimulation of, or traction of, or pressure on any of the pain sensitive structures of the head characterized by pain felt anywhere in the head.

In addition to gluten sensitivity and nutritional deficiencies, there are many causes of headache including cardiac, cerebral, vascular, psychiatric, metabolic, and neurologic diseases. Recent studies have highlighted that obesity is significantly associated with headache and disability in adults. This rule also applies to children.1

What Is Headache In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?


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  1. Laino D, Vitaliti G, Parisi P,   et. al. Headache, migraine and obesity: an overview on plausible links. J Biol Regul Homeost Agents. 2016 Apr-Jun;30(2):333-8. 

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