Vestibular migraine （VM） is one of the common vestibular diseases characterized by recurrent vertigo and migraine. Studies have shown that the sleep structure of VM patients is similar to that of migraine patients, and they have a common pathophysiological pathogenesis. There is a strong correlation between VM and the clinical symptoms of sleep disorders. Sleep disorders can trigger VM. On the contrary, VM can affect sleep regulatory centers and lead to structural sleep disorders. In addition, there is a common relationship between VM and sleep disorders in neuroanatomy, neurotransmitters and neural pathways. A correct understanding of the relationship between vestibular migraine and sleep disorders can provide some help for clinical diagnosis and treatment. This article reviews the relationship between vestibular migraine and the pathogenesis of sleep disorders.