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A study published in the September 2000 edition of the Archives of Family Medicine showed that a combination of pressure and cold temperatures can successfully mitigate headache-related pain and also decrease the duration of a headache.
Eighty-seven percent of participants ( p =. 004 ) said that the combination of pressure as well as temperature therapy was " optimally effective "; 13 % said that the temperature therapy was " moderately effective ".
Many products exist that provide temperature therapy, many times cryotherapy, to combat headaches.

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