For women who often have complaints of migraine, it’s good not to underestimate it. A study concludes that women with migraine, have a tendency to lack sexual passion.
Research conducted at the University of Pavia, Italy, involving 100 women, with an average age of 40 years and are currently undergoing maintenance headaches for many years due to complaints of headaches such as migraines for more than 15 days per month.
Through tests of Neurology, medical history data collection, questionnaires about sexual life, found that 91 percent of participants experiencing sexual problems. About 20 percent of women belongs to the category of low libido problems, which can cause self pressure. While others experienced the problem of low libido without causing pressure.
As published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers said that headache often cause problems such as depression and mood, nervousness, and ultimately can inhibit sexual arousal and satisfaction especially in women.