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Status Migrainosus - Not Your Average Migraine

Status migrainosus refers to a debilitating condition in which a Migraine attack can last three days or longer with little to no relief. In most cases, status migrainosus can be treated in the emergency room or doctor’s office and won’t lead to any p...

By Jennifer Mitchell Rackley

What Role Does Family Health Play in Your Chronic Pain?

Research shows that some pain may be hereditary. Speaking to family members about your family health history can help you better understand your chronic pain, as we all as how to manage it.

By Celeste Cooper, RN

Migraine Monsters Hiding in the Closet

Do you fear that having Migraine disease may put you at risk for more serious illnesses? Here are the facts.

By Tammy Rome

Hemiplegic Migraine May Cause Brain Damage

Hemiplegic Migraine attacks can result in brain atrophy, but effective treatment exists to prevent this from happening.

By Teri Robert

Strengthen Your Migraine Brain

Some Migraine-related cognitive problems cannot be corrected with a prescription. Instead, certain skills and mental exercises must be learned and practiced regularly.

By Tammy Rome

Cervicogenic Headache: The Basics

The cause of a cervicogenic headache is a neck disorder or lesion. Although this type of headache is not a form of Migraine, it can trigger a Migraine attack.

By Teri Robert

Migraine Arsenal Essentials: Hope

It’s vitally important to have a positive attitude, and maintain hope, when trying new Migraine treatments.

By Teri Robert

Type of Doctor Affects Migraine Diagnosis and Treatment

To get an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment, it’s best to seek out a physician that specializes in Migraine.

By Tammy Rome

Pediatric Migraine: A Lot More to Learn

Migraine manifests differently in children, and requires careful evaluation before treatment is started.

By Tammy Rome

Migraine Term of the Day: Trigeminal Neuralgia

Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic condition that can cause facial pain.

By Teri Robert