Key clinical point: People with migraine headaches have more comorbidities as their average number of headache days per month rises.
Major finding: Compared with no migraine, the insomnia odds ratio was 200% higher for people with 1-4 headache days per month and 700% higher for those with 21 or more headache days per month.
Study details: MAST, a survey completed by 15,133 adults reporting recent migraine headaches and 77,453 adults without migraine.
Disclosures: MAST was sponsored by Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories. Dr. Lipton had been a consultant to Dr. Reddy’s and to several other companies.
Lipton RB et al. Headache. 2019 June;59[S1]:1-208, Abstract P54.