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 symptoms? Here are some tips that may help.
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 failing to break through my pain with a cocktail of various medications. I ended up on a morphine drip.
As the year comes to a close, we are recapping the five highest viewed blog posts from 2019… 1. Pregnancy and Migraine Medications Pregnancy is a step into the unknown. It can be the most wonderful time in a person’s life, but it can also be intimidating. For women living with migraine disease, contemplating pregnancy can be downright
I remember my reaction when someone would suggest a natural remedy for my debilitating migraine disease. “They were one of those people who thought a migraine is just a headache,” I would quickly assume. They clearly had no idea on just how debilitating migraine can be – the sensitivity to every light and sound, nausea and vomiting, and the pain.