Gum and headaches
Chewing gum is one of the products most consumed worldwide by people. Flavors of thousand kinds, shapes and sizes, packagings increasingly futuristic, innovations regarding durability … All this remains on the gum. But apart from little while providing us with your mouth busy, one thing we do not usually join with it and has a somewhat more surprising relationship: headaches.
Your point of greatest use is often found after lunch or dinner, when we are in situations where we plan to take in toothbrush to remove food debris and have fresh breath. Moreover, teenagers are the biggest consumers of gum. Above them was conducted the study at the University of Tel Aviv, where they observed a few months ago that gum both young children and adolescents can generate migraines.
These findings were published in the journal “Pediatric Neurology“, and its scope will help treat many cases of migraine and tension headaches characteristics in adolescents.
In summary through this study now simply advise adolescents with migraines or chronic headaches stop eating gum for a while the problem can be solved quickly and efficiently without the need for expensive diagnostic tests or medicines.