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Get the Facts About Migraine – and Take Control

They’re No Joke!

Migraine is the third most prevalent illness and sixth most disabling illness in the world – yet there’s still much misunderstanding and lack of information about this serious chronic pain condition that impacts one billion people across the globe.

Learn more about migraine – and see what you can do to manage this challenging condition, while finding better quality of life, by checking out these great educational tools and resources…


Migraine Wellness Tools and Resources: 

HealthyWomen: How to Know You’re Experiencing a Migraine 

HealthyWomen: Migraine

Society for Women’s Health Research: Migraine Matters Fact Sheet

WebMD: Migraine Support & Resources

National Headache Foundation: Your Migraine, Your Symptoms

Medscape: Migraine Center of Excellence

American Migraine Foundation: Diet & Migraine

Migraine Again: Migraine 101

Migraine Again: 12 Ways to Win Your Battle with Chronic Migraines

Migraine Again: How to Be the Best Parent, Despite Your Pain

Migrainuer Magazine: Managing Your Migraine 

The Mighty’s Mighty With Migraine

UCLA Health U Magazine: Pain Like No Other


Migraine-Related Organizations and Blogs:

National Headache Foundation

Migraine Again

American Headache Society

International Headache Society

Migrainuer Magazine

Migraine Buddy

The Migraine Trust

The Migraine Experience:

Don’t Lose Hope in Your Battle with Migraine 

How I Found New Relief with Migraine Disease

Migraine Headaches Are a Family Affair

I Never Commit Unless I Know They Will Understand If I Cancel

I Have to Advocate For Myself Every Step of the Way

Speak Your Migraine: Videos

True Stories: Living With Migraines

My Never-Ending Migraine

Invisible Agony: The Daily Life of a Person with Migraine

Migraine and Gender

Assessing  and Treating Migraine in Men and Women

Why Sex and Gender Matter in Migraine

Sex and Gender Differences in Migraine – Evaluating Knowledge Gaps

Hormones and Migraine: A Lifelong Connection 

Migraine Videos: