Migraine is a common chronic disorder that presents with recurrent attacks of headache and associated symptoms. Various somatic and psychiatric conditions have been reported as comorbid conditions with migraine. Among the psychiatric disorders that have been reported as comorbid with migraine are major depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and bipolar disorder. Recent studies discussing the comorbidity of headache and psychiatric disorders are reviewed here.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health