Anxiety, depressive, and panic disorders are all common psychiatric comorbidities found in patients with migraine and headache disorders.
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Researchers sought to synthesize the current circadian features of cluster headache and migraine, with a focus on timing of attacks, chronotype, corticosteroids, melatonin, core circadian genes, and clock controlled genes.
Researchers sought to evaluate the efficacy and safety of galcanezumab in patients with migraine in Japan.
In this review, authors focused on the psychiatric issues that often accompany migraine and the effects of botulinum toxin A on migraine.
In a systematic review, researchers examined the efficacy of digital headache management interventions for patients with a primary headache disorder.
Researchers found evidence for a divergent association between lifetime MDD and the prevalence and severity of symptoms in patients with migraine.
The presence of psychiatric disorders in patients with idiopathic intracranial hypertension is associated with poor treatment outcomes.
Migraine with active headache may predict other painful physical symptoms in patients with major depressive disorder.
Cyclic vomiting syndrome (CVS) and benign paroxysmal torticollis (BPT) during infancy are associated with a high risk for developing headache later in life.
Aerobic exercise may be associated with a reduction in the number of migraine days.
The findings suggest the importance of screening for posttraumatic stress disorder in this population.
In patients with migraine, structural and functional changes occur in brain regions that are not directly involved in processing pain signals.
Migraine was more significantly associated with pain or muscle soreness than anxiety disorders in patients with depression.
New findings suggest shared genetic etiology vs causal relationship in comorbid migraine and depression.