Headache, drugs and sleep

@article{Nesbitt2014HeadacheDA,
  title={Headache, drugs and sleep},
  author={Alexander David Nesbitt and Guy Doron Leschziner and Richard C. Peatfield},
  journal={Cephalalgia},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={756 - 766}
}
Background Headache and sleep mechanisms share multiple levels of physiological interaction. Pharmacological treatment of headache syndromes may be associated with a broad range of sleep disturbances, either as a direct result of the pharmacology of the drug used, or by unmasking physiological alterations in sleep propensity seen as part of the headache symptom complex. Purpose This review summarises known sleep and circadian effects of various drugs commonly used in the management of headache… CONTINUE READING

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