Published by PsychCentral

New research suggests the chronic pain associated with migraines may be a reason for an increased incidence of generalized anxiety disorders among adults who have migraines.

University of Toronto researchers discovered adults with migraines have a much stronger risk for developing an anxiety disorder than adults without migraines (6 percent versus 2 percent).

Investigators believe a number of possible factors could link migraine and generalized anxiety disorders.

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