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Subjective cognitive impairment in patients with transformed migraine and the associated psychological and sleep disturbances

Subjective cognitive impairment in patients with transformed migraine and the associated psychological and sleep disturbances

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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11325-021-02308-0

Purpose Migraines are associated with multiple comorbidities like depression, anxiety, poor sleep quality, and subjective cognitive impairment (SCI). This study aimed to evaluate the association of SCI with depression, anxiety, and modalities of sleep in those who have transformed migraines (TM). Subjects and methods The study was conducted on 120 participants with TM and 41 control group participants.

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    Many patients described ongoing cognitive impairments which can make sense with sleep problems also being common in migraine. Mindfulness can be a helpful technique with combating some of these issues.