Anxiety is common in people living with migraine. A new article in Healthy Living Made Simple discusses the relationship between anxiety and migraine.

Migraine can take a substantial toll on the lives of people living with this disease. It can be extremely painful and difficult to function during a migraine attack, and often that interference extends for a period of time before and after an attack. Being forced to withdraw from social activities due to migraine can leave people feeling isolated, sad and frustrated. All of this can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, anger and frustration. A new article explores this connection.

Dr. Dawn C. Buse, PhD, is a Professor in the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Department of Neurology. She recently published an article in Healthy Living Made Simple about anxiety and migraine. Read the full article here.