Background: Headache has a variety of types, such as Migraine and chronic daily headache (CDH) in its primary form. There is a positive correlation between these two types of headaches and hypertension (HTN), but in some works this correlation has been reported negatively. Therefore, we planned to study HTN-Migraine as well as HTN-CDH correlation in our population. Methods: A sample of Rafsanjan population (10000 individuals) entered the cohort study, as a part of the prospective epidemiological research studies in IrAN (PERSIAN). In this population, we compared the frequency of HTN categories in cases with Migraine and CDH with a normal population (without Migraine). Results: Out of 9990 participants (46.6% males and 53.4% females) about 29% had Migraine and 7.5 % had CDH.HTN was found in 24.27% of Migraine and 31.98% of CDH cases. HTN was also found to be associated with Migraine and CDH in the crude model. Two Categories of HTN (Long controlled and uncontrolled) were not associated with Migraine. On the other hand, CDH showed associations with all the HTN categories. Moreover, in a model, which included all variables and confounders, Migraine and CDH had association with HTN without any considerable changes. Conclusion: Our study showed that there is strong HTN-Migraine as well as HTN-CDH correlations in the studied population.

Relation of Hypertension With Migraine and ChronicDaily Headache in Population of Rafsanjan CohortStudy / M. Mohammadi, F. Ayoobi, P. Khalili, N. Soltani, C. La Vecchia, A. Vakilian. - In: BMC NEUROLOGY. - ISSN 1471-2377. - (2021). [Epub ahead of print] [10.21203/rs.3.rs-156713/v1]

Relation of Hypertension With Migraine and ChronicDaily Headache in Population of Rafsanjan CohortStudy

C. La Vecchia;
2021

Abstract

Background: Headache has a variety of types, such as Migraine and chronic daily headache (CDH) in its primary form. There is a positive correlation between these two types of headaches and hypertension (HTN), but in some works this correlation has been reported negatively. Therefore, we planned to study HTN-Migraine as well as HTN-CDH correlation in our population. Methods: A sample of Rafsanjan population (10000 individuals) entered the cohort study, as a part of the prospective epidemiological research studies in IrAN (PERSIAN). In this population, we compared the frequency of HTN categories in cases with Migraine and CDH with a normal population (without Migraine). Results: Out of 9990 participants (46.6% males and 53.4% females) about 29% had Migraine and 7.5 % had CDH.HTN was found in 24.27% of Migraine and 31.98% of CDH cases. HTN was also found to be associated with Migraine and CDH in the crude model. Two Categories of HTN (Long controlled and uncontrolled) were not associated with Migraine. On the other hand, CDH showed associations with all the HTN categories. Moreover, in a model, which included all variables and confounders, Migraine and CDH had association with HTN without any considerable changes. Conclusion: Our study showed that there is strong HTN-Migraine as well as HTN-CDH correlations in the studied population.
Headache, Migraine, Hypertension, Prospective Epidemiological Research Studies in Iran (Persian)
Settore MED/01 - Statistica Medica
feb-2021
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