Poor Quality sleep can result in migraine headaches. If you suffer from migraines, you should pay attention to your sleep. Many studies connect sleep problems such as insomnia, snoring, and obstructive sleep apnea to migraines. When we sleep we go through several sleep cycles to rebuild ourselves. Hormones are released to allow the body to heal and regenerate itself. Two of these hormones are dopamine and serotonin. When these two hormone levels decrease due to poor sleep quality, migraines can occur. Migraines can be a result of non-restorative sleep.