Gloria Gelbmann

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The relationship between morningness/eveningness, sleep, and psychological problems is well documented in adults as well as in adolescents. However, research on the circadian orientation and its concomitants in younger children is scarce. The authors investigated the distribution of morningness/eveningness and its connection to sleeping and psychological(More)
BACKGROUND Previous studies have reported an increased frequency of restless legs syndrome (RLS) in adult migraine patients. Until now, the frequency of RLS in pediatric patients has not been investigated. We set out to assess the frequency of RLS in children and adolescents with migraine compared to headache-free controls. METHODS We investigated 111(More)
Results We included 67 children (age 6-11) and 78 adolescents (aged 12-18) with migraine as well as a total of 244 headache-free controls. In children, we found significant differences between patients and controls (c2=37.075, df=2, p<0.001). Morningness as well as eveningness tendencies were more common in subjects with migraine than in controls. In(More)
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