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IN FRATERNAM MEAM
Friday, July 07, 2006
MIGRANE SUFFERERS ARE MORE IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE, STUDY SAYS
IT'S SCIENTIFIC: "Sorry, honey, I hae a headache" may have to be replaced with "Yes, please, honey, I have a headache".

A study of 20-something in Chicago shows that migrane sufferers wants sex more than people with other kinds of headaches.

"Our study suggests that sexual desire and migraine headaches maybe influenced by the same brain chemical", lead author Tmothy Houle of the Wake Forest University medical school said in a realeas this month.

Researchers, who also included Thomas Remble from Chicago's Rush University Medical Center, investigated a hypothesis that the brain chemical serotonin, was connected to amorous impulses.

Because high levels of serotonim are associated with low sexual desire, and migraine sufferers have low levels of the chemical, it was predicted that they would report a highest sex drive.

The research appearing in the hournal Headacxhe, involved 68 audlts with an averae age of 24. Participants who reported at least 10 headaches a year, underwent interview to diagnose their headache type -- either migraine or tension -- and filled out a 14 item questionnaire to measure desire.

Migraine sufferers reported levels of desire that were 20 percent higher than those suffering from tension headaches.

"This opens the door to consider other phenomenona that have a similar neurochemical basis". Houle said.

Although the study was not able to address wherther the link may apply to older adults with migraines. Houle said the finding appears to be general and is likely to be found in older patients as well.

(SOURCE: CHICSUNTIMES)
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