Animals do it and humans do it. Why? Yawning is often attributed to tiredness or boredom but for some people, excessive yawning can be a sign that a migraine has begun.
New data, presented at the Migraine Trust International Symposium, found that for 27% of eligible participants recording daily symptoms using Curelator’s N1-Headache, excessive yawning was associated with an increased risk of migraine headache developing.
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