Awareness of Depression in Patients with Migraine
Bostan Anwar, Jawairia Siddique, Faiza Rasool
Migraines comprise a group of neurological symptoms that typically include severe, reoccurring, and throbbing pain on at least one side of the head. Individuals who suffer from migraine often experience disruptions in their work, family, social activities, and overall quality of life. The main objective of this review study is to analyse the depression in Patients with migraine. This review analysis was conducted in DHQ hospital, Rawalpindi during 2019. The data was collected from Google scholar, PubMed and Web of science. All the data were gathered for the clinical presentation of CST. All the data were collected and analyzed. Consistent with previous population-based research from Canada and abroad, this study shows that migraine is associated with current depression and lifetime suicidal ideation among members of the general community, even when accounting for sociodemographic factors and disability status. It is concluded that early diagnosis of migraine depends on the careful speculation of an experienced and oriented clinician.