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2021 Feb 03

Sleep Breath

Clinical success of greater occipital nerve blockade in improving sleep quality of chronic migraineurs: a prospective observational study.


The success of various therapy methods in the treatment of insomnia and poor quality sleep, both of which play an active role in the chronicization process of migraine, has been the subject of investigation. The aim of this research was to evaluate the success, acceptability, and efficacy of greater occipital nerve block (GON-B) therapy in chronic migraine (CM) patients in improving their sleep quality and developing their beliefs about sleep .