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ADHD and Headache: both common but not related

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 4:35 PM
In a study of Brazilian children, the authors of an article on Pediatric Migraine noted that ADHD was not more common in those with headache.  In addition, headache did not occur frequently in children with a diagnosis of ADHD.  They did find, however, that children with hyperactive and impulsive behaviors (but not enough to be called ADHD) were more likely to complain about headache symptoms than were children with average activity and impulse control.  However, even among the hyperactive/impulsive kids, headaches occurred in fewer than 1 out of 10.
 

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