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Migraine and comorbid psychiatric disease

Despite the high prevalence of migraine, common psychiatric comorbidities such as depression and anxiety are often overlooked.1 The relationship between migraine and psychiatric disorders is extremely complex; migraine patients have an increased risk of developing psychiatric disorders, and patients with psychiatric disorders have an increased risk of migraine.2 Interestin

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