What is the relationship between sleep and neurological disease? While doing research related to this topic, the experts found that if disturbances persist during sleepless nights and sleep can not become the sleeping conditions, then a person can become a migraine. This research is also important because until now stress and other mental and physical conditions were thought to be the cause of migraines.
A study published in the Journal of Neurology says that if a person goes to bed prematurely and stays in bed for 8 hours to sleep, but is unable to sleep, he may have to face a migraine. The special thing is that he does not necessarily feel the pain the next day, but the pain of migraine can persecute him even after 1 to 2 days.
DISTURBANCES PERSIST DURING SLEEPLESS NIGHTS CAN BECOME A MIGRAINE
Suzanne Bertisch, a doctor and co-author of this research at Brigham and Vimin Hospital, says that “sleep and migraine research has shown that low sleep quality or no sleep at all does not bother the next day.” Rather it can show its effect even after few days. I often come across migraine patients who have to treat insomnia problems. Experts who treat patients with sleep problems face a big challenge in how to protect their patients from the risk of migraines. But there is not enough literature available about what kind of sleep they can get, ie REM and NREM can protect them more than the risk of migraines.
However, research has also proved that if you do not get full sleep at night, there is a higher risk of migraine next morning. But on the second or third day, the person may have a migraine problem. To avoid this, it is important to try to keep yourself away from any activity that can disturb sleep at night.