Chronic Migraine Patients Who Use Cannabis To Ease Symptoms Could End Up With ‘Rebound’ Headaches: Study

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Wellness News Chronic migraine patients who use cannabis to ease symptoms could end up with ‘rebound’ headaches: study U.S. study finds weed users were six times more likely to develop medication overuse headaches. Author of the article: Angela Stelmakowich Study participants who were using cannabis “were six times more likely to have medication overuse headache than those who did not use cannabis.” / PHOTO BY ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS

Migraine sufferers who self-medicate with cannabis could be in store for even more hurt in the form of so-called rebound headaches, notes a new U.S. study that suggests weed use may be associated with developing “rebound” headache.

Chronic migraine patients with “rebound” or medication overuse headache (MOH) are advised that reducing “cannabis use may help treat MOH effectively,” notes the abstract of the retrospective study.

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