MIGRAINE RELIEF BLOG : migraine tips

Migraine advice centers around prevention, treatment and pain management but doesn’t talk much about that strange and frustrating fourth phase: postdrome, also known as the migraine hangover. Not everyone gets it, just as not everyone gets an aura before their migraine, but those who do know how lousy the final stage feels. The pain has […]

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Long distance travel is one of the many challenges a migraineur must face.

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Holiday travel is stressful for anyone, but add the uncertainty of chronic migraines and any extended period of time in the car or in the air can be a daunting challenge.

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It’s easy to fall victim to the pretense that because a drug is sold over the counter (OTC), it’s safe.

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This holiday season, be kind to your migraines. We know — it sounds odd.

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We wish there was a single, magical pill that delivered complete relief from chronic migraine symptoms – but that just isn’t the reality.

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If you’ve ever suffered from cyclic stomach discomfort and pain with or without the accompaniment of a headache, you may be experiencing what is known as an abdominal migraine, a widely misunderstood variant of traditional migraines that affect the abdomen instead of or in conjunction with the head.

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Have you ever had a migraine so stubborn and severe, it refuses to respond to any form of treatment? Be it medication, therapy, natural remedy or device, the pain is insatiable and you’ve reached your wits end. What should you do?

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Migraineurs generally require 2.5 times more prescription medications and six times more diagnostic tests and services for medical treatment than that of an average individual. In fact, Migraine patients spend about $145 per month in healthcare services compared to non-migraine individuals who average $89 per month.

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A recent study conducted by the University of Toronto is shedding new light on the prevalence of depression in chronic migraine syndrome patients. According to the research, depression is twice as likely in patients who also experience chronic migraine pain, a relationship that does not exist with other forms of chronic pain. The question everyone […]

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