Tammy Rome

Patient Expert & Health Professional

Headache disorders counselor and advocate Tammy Rome maintains a private practice specializing in treating clients with Migraine and other headache disorders. She also volunteers as vice chair of the American Headache and Migraine Association and as president of The Cluster Headache Support Group. You can read more of Tammy’s work on her website and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+.

Latest by Tammy Rome

Decoding Depression: Mood Changes

One of the main signs of depression, but often commonly misunderstood or criticized.

Strengthen Your Migraine Brain: Staying Organized

A migraine attack can derail your plans and leave you feeling out of control. Try these strategies to stay organized and get back on track with your life.

Strengthen Your Migraine Brain: Getting Started

When frequent Migraine attacks interrupt schedules, getting started on time is even more important.

Ketamine Infusions for Migraine

One patient in a study in Philadelphia called a five-day ketamine infusion “life changing.”

GammaCore Now Approved for Acute Migraine Treatment

Imagine putting a stop to your next Migraine attack with the push of a button.

FDA Announces Warning Label for OTC Migraine Medications

New labels will warn consumers that medication overuse headache may occur if they take certain over-the-counter drugs too frequently.

Sleep Apnea and Migraine: Is There a Connection?

If you wake up with headache pain or snore a lot at night, you may have obstructive sleep apnea, a potential migraine trigger.

Accommodating Migraine During the Holidays

Hosting a person with migraine this holiday season? Here’s how to avoid triggering an episode so everyone can have a great time.

Strengthen Your Migraine Brain: Keep Your Cool

It can be hard to manage your emotions during a migraine episode as well as between episodes. Here’s what you can do to regain control.

Reni's Migraine Tip: Don't Lose Your Binkit

Do you have a favorite item that’s a must-have during a migraine attack?