Nightly Sleep Duration, Fragmentation, and Quality and Daily Risk of Migraine.

 Abstract: Objective: To test the hypotheses that insufficient duration, high fragmentation, and poor sleep quality are temporally associated with migraine onset on the day immediately following the sleep period (day 0) and the following day (day 1).

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