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Migraine Runs in My Family

For patient advocate Julie Ryan, migraine is a family affair, which has some benefits – a deep empathy for migraine pain for starters.

By Julie Ryan

Top Migraine Questions & Answers

Interested in an overview of the different kinds of migraine, the symptoms, and treatments? This Q and A touches on a bit of everything, providing basic knowledge.

By Eileen Bailey

Is Migraine Different for Men and Women?

Migraine symptoms might be similar between men and women, but women are three times more likely than men to experience migraine. Here's some other facts.

By Julie Ryan

5 Ways to Describe Hemiplegic Migraines

What does a hemiplegic migraine feel like? Holistic health practitioner Mark Canadic offers five accurate descriptions, helpful in communicating symptoms of the condition.

By Mark Canadic

5 Ways to Cope With Migraines When You’re Sick

Migraine is bad enough. How to manage the flu or a cold on top of it? From essential oils and herbal teas to detox baths, here’s some practical advice from a woman who gets it.

By Jaime Sanders

Former Self: Know This About Living With Migraine

Ever wish you could go back and tell your former self insights you’ve learned along the way? Here’s five wise lessons on living with migraine.

By Sunny Fitzgerald

What I Wish Every Migraine Patient Knew

Jaime, who lives with migraines, pens a heartwarming letter to fellow migraine patients, reminding them of their strength and determination.

By Jaime Sanders

Migraine Pose: Why It's Unfair to Trivialize Migraine

Julie Ryan responds to Instagram’s “migraine pose” started by makeup artist Nam Vo, reminding the media that migraine is a painful condition that needs to be taken seriously.

By Julie Ryan

Tempted to Tough It Out With Migraine? Here's Why You Shouldn't

The hardest lesson learned by Sunny Fitzgerald in living with migraines was simply this: don’t power through them. One reason? You have nothing to prove.

By Sunny Fitzgerald

How to Pace Yourself With Chronic Migraines

Living with chronic migraines involves figuring out how to best use your supply of energy – resisting the urge to push yourself beyond your limits. One woman shares her insights on pacing.

By Julie Ryan