Migraine’s Many Lives

I love this article written by Cindy for Day 13 of MHAM’s Blog Challenge – The Faces of Migraine. It’s so informative. Please take a moment to read it.

– Skylar

Musings & Migraines

imagesJune is Migraine & Headache Awareness Month. Migraine & Headache Awareness Month (MHAM) is an annual observation in the United States with the goal of building awareness, educating the public and reducing the stigma associated with Migraine, Cluster Headache and other Headache Disorders. The 2014 blog prompt theme is “Dreaming of a World without Headache and Migraine.”

The MHAM Blog Challenge prompt for today is: ““The Faces of Migraine” video”.

Migraines affect people from all walks of life. It does not discriminate by age, race, gender, religion, sexual prefrence, or nationality.

Migraine is a genetic neurological disease that can affect anyone. It is also a spectrum disease, which means it affects everyone differently. Some people will only be affected a couple of times a year, if that much. Others can be completely disabled by them and/or have them every day. There are also ranges in between that.

Migraines can…

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4 thoughts on “Migraine’s Many Lives

  1. Thank you, Skylar. It means a lot to know how much you like my article. And thank you for reblogging. I never thought my blog would be read by anyone but family and friends. While I’m ok with that, I’m excited to know it’s getting out there. Again, thank you. 🙂

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