You may not have noticed it yet, but when your husband does not wear glasses he’s a bit more likely to get a headache.
According to a new study, the more you spend time together, the less likely you are to get headaches.
Read moreRead more”It’s a big question that we have not yet answered,” said Dr. Daniel Mihaly.
“This is probably the most important piece of research we’ve done on glasses.
We’ve been trying to answer it for a while.
We know that for the last 15 years, people have been wearing glasses to reduce their risk of developing migraines, but what are the mechanisms behind that?
How do they help?”
The study, which was conducted by the University of Oxford, involved more than 3,000 women.
They found that glasses did not reduce headaches by itself.
But glasses did reduce the amount of time the women spent together, and that this reduced the likelihood of migraine attacks.
“The more you were together, especially if it was during the day, the longer you were alone, the fewer times you were going to get migraine attacks,” said Mihale.
“So what we were looking for was whether or not you would have migraine attacks when you had glasses on, and whether that was related to the number of times you had a headache.”
In other words, glasses increased the likelihood that the woman had a migraine attack.
“So the glasses were a good thing,” Mihales said.
“You may not be able to see the glasses, but they help reduce the risk of having a migraine.
So it seems that if you have glasses on a lot, the risk goes down.
But that’s not the case if you don’t wear them.”
Mihale also found that men were not affected by glasses.
“Men are actually more likely than women to have migraine if they have glasses.
So we think men might have some protection, but not that much protection,” he said.
The study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.