Migraine Is Not a Fashion Statement: A Call to Action
In the simplest of terms, Chronic Migraine is Migraine or Headache occurring 15 or more days a month, at least eight of which must have Migraine symptoms. People living with Chronic Migraine have a Migraine or Headache more often than not.
If you've read much about Migraine disease, or participated in online Migraine discussion groups, you're bound to have come across discussions about Migraine trigger foods. Identifying and managing them can be especially helpful since it can translate to fewer Migraine attacks.
Aimovig™ (erenumab-aooe) received FDA approval for the prevention of Migraine in patients experiencing four or more Migraine days per month. It's a big day for people living with Migraine disease. For the first time in history, we have a treatment that was specifically developed to prevent Migraine attacks
UCNS certified Migraine and Headache specialist Dr. David Watson offers sage advice for our first visit with a specialist.
It's a myth that having a hysterectomy for Migraine is helpful. The reality is that 67% of women who experience surgical menopause find that their Migraines worsen.
Managing migraine is a lot like driving. Living our best life with migraine doesn’t come naturally. We need to learn new information, develop new skills, and practice those skills. Managing migraine is best done when we're the one driving our migraine treatment.
One of the wisest and most useful tasks we can undertake is maintaining a comprehensive Migraine and Headache diary. Not only can a well maintained Migraine and Headache diary help us identify our triggers, it can help us track the effectiveness of medications and any patterns to our Migraines and Headaches.