Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Chronic Headache

@article{Baskin2006MoodAA,
  title={Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Chronic Headache},
  author={Steven M. Baskin and Gay L. Lipchik and Todd A Smitherman},
  journal={Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain},
  year={2006},
  volume={46}
}
Although most individuals with recurrent headache disorders in the general population do not experience severe psychopathology, population‐based studies and clinical investigations find high rates of comorbidity between headache and mood and anxiety disorders. When present, psychiatric disorders may complicate headache treatment and portend a poorer treatment response. The negative prognosis associated with psychiatric comorbidity emphasizes the importance of the identification of… Expand

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