Summer can be a tricky season for those managing migraine. So how can we continue to enjoy ourselves and live life to the fullest without triggering
I hid my illness for more years than I can count. I hid the pain, the vomiting, and the vertigo. Now there are two perfect little souls looking to me
Five years ago, I landed in the hospital on day 14 of the worst intractable migraine I had ever experienced. They kept me for three days, trying and
Why cluster headaches are linked to seasonal changes is likely due to the length of the days. How much sunlight there is in a day changes as the
Why are we as a community of people with migraine so averse to light? At least 40% of us have photophobia to some extent, but none of us really
If you ask most of us, we can likely list numerous “types of migraine” that we experience. Some make us dizzy, cause us to speak unintelligibly...
The years of migraine flying under the radar are behind us. Though there is still much progress to be made, the last few years have been some of the
As the year comes to a close, we are recapping the five highest viewed blog posts from 2019… 1. Pregnancy and Migraine
Healthcare costs are 70% higher for a family that includes a person with migraine; however, many of these costs can be covered for older adults under
2018 may have been a pivotal year in migraine treatment with the release of CGRP monoclonal antibodies, but that was merely the first wave of new
It wasn’t like I had a brain tumor. This is what I remember most from my first trip to the student health center the first semester of my freshman
Why? A simple and poignant question. It has been a breakthrough for so many. A three-letter word that cuts toward the core of understanding. I have
Having lived with constant migraine pain for the past six years, I’ve found migraine to be the biggest test of my career. For years, the disease
I Lost My Light and It Could Have Lost Me Everything Red, puffy eyes. Swollen runny nose. Frustration, anger, grief, and sadness so intertwined that
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There are several ways to think about migraine and its relationship to stroke. Migraine is a disease that affects the nerves in our body, as
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Super-Responder: A Story of Life After Aimovig I sat staring at my phone, anxiously hitting the
I remember my reaction when someone would suggest a natural remedy for my debilitating migraine disease. “They were one of those people who thought
When we first become moms we face all sorts of new challenges and changes. Those of us managing migraines have an extra challenge.
Scientific evidence supports the positive role of physical activity in the management of migraine.
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