How Menopause and Sleep Quality Can Impact Migraine Symptoms

By Eileen Bailey, Oct 11, 2022

“But, individuals with sleep apnea can experience morning headaches caused by nighttime hypoxia (low oxygen levels) due to sleep apnea,” explained Dr. Alex Dimitriu, an expert in psychiatry and sleep medicine and the founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine in California and BrainfoodMD. “These morning headaches should be distinguished from migraine headaches,” he told Healthline.

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