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Perceived causes of headaches among U.S. adults as of 2017

Percentage of U.S. adults who believed select sources were the cause of their headaches as of 2017

Perceived causes of headaches among U.S. adults as of 2017 This statistic shows the percentage of adults in the U.S. who believed select sources were the cause of their headaches as of February 2017. In total 62 percent of respondents believed that stress was the cause of their headaches, while 30 percent believed that too much time spent in front of screens was the cause.
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This statistic shows the percentage of adults in the U.S. who believed select sources were the cause of their headaches as of February 2017. In total 62 percent of respondents believed that stress was the cause of their headaches, while 30 percent believed that too much time spent in front of screens was the cause.
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Release date
February 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
February 16 to 27, 2017
Number of respondents
739 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
suffered at least once per month from headaches
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
Original question: "What do you think causes your headache?"
Respondents could choose multiple answers.
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