Migraine Workbooks and Forms

by Teri Robert, Lead Expert

Forms and Workbooks to Help Manage Migraines and Headaches

  • Back To School With Migraines or Headaches
    When your child has a chronic illness, whether it's headaches, Migraines, or a different illness entirely, we really can't afford to put off getting our children ready for school. There are extra steps that need to be taken. At the end of this article, you will find forms you can download and fill out to send to school with your children to let school staff know what to do when your child gets a Migraine or headache.
  • Emergency Migraine and Headache Care - Forms To Help
    Getting emergency Migraine and headache care can be difficult. Completing these forms in advance can make things easier.
  • Managing Migraine – Migraine Trigger Foods
    Migraine triggers are physical things that bring on a Migraine attack when a Migraineur is exposed to them. Learn more about how to identify and avoid your Migraine trigger foods. Includes free downloadable workbook.
  • Migraine and Headache Education for Those Who "Don't Get It"
    If you have people in your life who just "don't get it" when you have a Migraine or headache, here are resources to bring the point home.
  • Migraines and Medications - Talk About Prescriptions Month 2007
    During Talk About Prescriptions Month, let's pay special attention to using our Migraine medications safely and effectively. Includes free downloadable workbook for tracking and managing medications.
  • Your Migraine and Headache Diary
    One of the most helpful tools for you and your doctors is a Headache and Migraine Diary. It will be useful to track triggers, the effectiveness of medications, and any patterns to your Migraines and headaches.

Medical review by John Claude Krusz, PhD, MD

 

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