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Migraine Journeys 2023

June is Migraine & Headache Awareness Month. Be part of the community and fight against Headache and Migraine.

We are as tenacious as a migraine. Migraine and Headache Awareness Month is an important time for the headache, migraine communities and groups to demonstrate our commitment to one another by raising awareness, increasing education for all, reducing stigma and creating out a network of passionate supporters. There are several ways to get involved, so keep reading for the most up-to-date information. Join us!

How do you know you might have a migraine? Listen to the most prominent neurologist and learn more about Headaches and Migraines.

Migraines and Quality of Life: Understanding the Debilitating Effects

June is declared to be the Migraine Awareness Month, which serves as a great opportunity to raise awareness about migraine and help break the stigma surrounding it.

Breaking the Silence on Migraines: Why Raising Awareness is Crucial

Migraine is a common and often debilitating neurological condition that affects millions of people worldwide. By increasing awareness, we can help reduce the stigma associated with migraine, improve access to accurate diagnosis and treatment, and encourage research into achieving a better understanding of the condition and developing new treatments.

Migraines are not your traditional headache

Migraine is a neurological condition characterized as frequent throbbing headaches that are often accompanied by other symptoms such as sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, and vomiting. Migraine attacks can last anywhere from a few hours to several days and can be disabling, making it difficult to perform daily activities.