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THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY

Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat.

Abstract
Migraine is a chronic disabling condition and has been linked with migraine for many years either as a trigger or relieving
factor and as most of the population, including migraineurs, consume a considerable amount of caffeine daily, a question arises as
to whether it influences their headaches. Thus, the purpose of this study is to study association between caffeinated and noncaffeinated tea consumption and migraine. Materials and method: A Cross-sectional study (N=69) with consecutive sampling
was done among the staff and students at University of Cyberjaya. Data was collected with online questionnaire and analysed using
JASP. Results: 16.4% respondents report caffeinated tea as a migraine trigger and Chi-square showed significant association
between caffeinated tea and migraine with p value <0.01. Severe migraine is more common in non-habitual tea drinkers (18.1%)
compared to habitual tea drinkers (16%) however not statistically significant (P value 0.818). Conclusion: Caffeinated tea triggered
migraine headaches and non-caffeinated tea significantly relieved migraine headaches compared to caffeinated tea. Additional
research can be done to study the effects of different types of non –caffeinated tea on migraine to optimize patient management.

Key words: caffeinated tea, migraine, non-caffeinated, relieving factor, trigger factor


 
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Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. ECB. 2022; 11(10): 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001


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Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. https://www.eurchembull.com/?mno=127176 [Access: November 29, 2022]. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001


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Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. ECB. 2022; 11(10): 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001



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Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. ECB. (2022), [cited November 29, 2022]; 11(10): 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001



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Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat (2022) THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. ECB, 11 (10), 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001



Turabian Style

Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. 2022. THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. European Chemical Bulletin, 11 (10), 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001



Chicago Style

Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. "THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY." European Chemical Bulletin 11 (2022), 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat. "THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY." European Chemical Bulletin 11.10 (2022), 1-6. Print. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Beh Hon Yung, Fatin Humaira Ridzuan, Samihah Rifat Syed Yasir, Hairel Anuar Selamat (2022) THE IMPACT OF TEA ON MIGRAINE AMONG UOC STUDENTS AND STAFF: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. European Chemical Bulletin, 11 (10), 1-6. doi:10.31838/ecb/2022.11.10.001