Subjective Sleep Quality Worse for People With Migraine

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People with migraine report worse subjective sleep quality than healthy individuals, with less rapid eye movement (REM) sleep for adults and children with migraine, according to research published online Sept. 22 in Neurology.

Emily Charlotte Stanyer, from King’s College London, and colleagues reviewed case-controlled studies that measured polysomnography and/or Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) scores in patients with migraine. Effect sizes (Hedges’ g) were included in a random effects model meta-analysis. Data were included for 32 eligible studies.

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