Increased frequency of migraine in narcoleptic patients.

  title={Increased frequency of migraine in narcoleptic patients.},
  author={Norbert Dahmen and Kerstin Querings and Barbara Gr{\"u}n and Jeffrey Bierbrauer},
  volume={52 6},
We explored the relationship between narcolepsy and different types of headaches. We interviewed 68 patients with idiopathic narcolepsy for the presence of headache symptoms based on the criteria of the International Headache Society (IHS). Eighty-one percent of the patients reported headaches that warranted an IHS headache diagnosis. Fifty-four percent of the patients (64% women, 35% men) had migraine with all IHS criteria fulfilled. 

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