Headaches & Migraines Sitemap - Page 1 2016-09-26

Does Salt Intake Cause Headaches?
A study published in 2014 looked at the effect a low sodium diet had on headache frequency. Learn about the results and if a low-sodium diet might help.

Migraines and Depression and How to Manage Them
Learn about the biological relationship between migraines and depression, and how you can effectively manage both with the help of a healthcare team.

Overview of Headaches in Children
Read about headaches and migraines in children, when you should worry, and how you can help your child prevent, cope with, and treat their headaches.

Botox for Chronic Migraine Prevention
Learn about the scientific evidence behind using Botox to prevent chronic migraine and whether this may be a reasonable option for you.

What Supplements Can Prevent Migraines in My Child?
Learn about what supplements you can use to help prevent migraine in your child.

Why Visual Snow Syndrome is Not a Migraine Variant
Learn about a rare condition called visual snow syndrome, including diagnosis, symptoms, a potential therapy, and whether its linked to migraines.

Evaluation of Headache During Pregnancy
Read about the evaluation and causes of headache during pregnancy, like migraines, and those due to more serious conditions, like preeclampsia.

i have chronic pain, daily pain of headache
Learn the definition of chronic pain, how it is measured, and how it relates to your headache health.

Are Your Headaches Due to Low Vitamin D?
Low vitamin D may play a role in your headache pain. Learn how vitamin D deficiency is diagnosed and treated.

Link Between Headaches and Obesity in Children
Obesity is a common concern in the pediatric population. Let's explore whether there is a relationship between our children's headaches and their weight.

How Weather Changes and Storms Can Trigger Headaches
Learn how weather-related changes, like thunderstorms and lightning, may trigger your headaches, and the science behind this fascinating phenomenon.

What is a Cervicogenic Headache?
Learn about cervicogenic headache, a hard-to-diagnose disorder in which your headache is referred from the neck, and how doctors treat it.

Headaches that Arise from Your Nervous System
Explore diseases of the nervous system that may be causing your headache, like meningitis, stroke, or a rare disorder called cervicogenic headache.

What is Migraine Surgery?
Learn what to expect before, during, and after migraine surgery, which is still a controversial and wholly unproven method of treating migraines.

Migraine Inheritance Facts and Headache-Related Genes
Learn about how genes affect your migraine health, specifically two genes that have been linked to migraine attacks, and how this affects treatment.

Common Symptoms of a Migraine Aura
Read about what a migraine aura is and the most common symptoms associated with it like flashing lights, sensory disturbances, and trouble speaking.

What is a Vestibular Migraine?
Learn about a type of migraine associated with vertigo called vestibular migraine, and how this unique neurological disorder is diagnosed and treated.

How Migraines Affect Work
The burden of being a migraineur is often compounded by its affects on your work life. Scientists are exploring the relationship between migraines and one’s income.

What Causes an Alarm Clock Headache?
Learn how cluster headaches could originate from the hypothalamus, a brain structure that serves as our biological clock.

When Pets Warn You of An Impending Migraine
If you are a headache sufferer, learn how your pets may have a keen ability to comfort you or even predict your headaches and migraines.

Conenction Between Migraines and Breast Cancer
Read about the controversial link between migraines and breast cancer and whether having migraines may lower your risk of developing breast cancer.

What is a Hangover Headache?
Learn about those dreaded hangover headaches, including their associated symptoms, how long they last, potential causes, and how to avoid them.

The Phobia of Having Headaches
Learn more about the fear or phobia of having or anticipating a headache, a condition formally known as cephalalgiaphobia.

Medical Device to Treat Migraines
Learn about a new device used in the treatment of migraines with auras.

How to Prevent Headaches Using These Simple Strategies
Learn how to take control of your headache health and prevent headaches with these simple measures, like reducing stress and eating healthily.

Treating and Coping With Nausea From a Migraine
Learn about the science behind nausea associated with migraines, as well as treatment options and coping strategies for dealing with it.

Migraines in Children
Learn about migraines in children, including common triggers, symptoms, medications, and behavioral strategies you can implement to help your child.

Understanding the Connection Between Sex and Headaches
Explore the link between sex and headaches, including how a sex headache is really a diagnosis of exclusion and serious causes need to be ruled out.

Diagnosis and Treatment of a Headache from a Pinched Nerve
Learn how a pinched nerve in your neck may cause a headache and other bothersome symptoms, and how it's diagnosed and treated.

How a Pituitary Tumor May Cause a Severe Headache
Learn about a rare headache that occurs when a tumor in the pituitary gland starts bleeding. Also, read about the causes, symptoms, and treatments.

Migraine's Effect on Children's Behavior
Headaches and migraines in children not only cause physical pain but can negatively affect their behavior at home and school, as well as their mood.

Odor as a Migraine Trigger and Symptom
There are many migraine triggers. You may be surprised to learn that odor is a common one, and can trigger or be a symptom of a migraine attack.

Benign and Serious Causes of Headaches after Pregnancy
Read about the causes of a postpartum headache. While most are benign, some indicate a more serious health condition that needs medical attention.

Natural Drink Recipes to Ease Migraines
Enjoy two drink recipes, one containing ginger that may help soothe a migraine, and one containing refreshing foods to prevent a migraine.

Tahitian Noni Juice and Migraine: Miracle Cure or Hoax?
Noni juice is touted as a miracle migraine cure. However, there's no evidence that it works against headaches, and some good reasons not to use it.

Aromatherapy As a Complementary Therapy for Headaches and Migraine
Aromatherapy As a Complementary Therapy for Headaches and Migraine

Downsides of Taking Fiorinal and Fioricet for Headaches
Learn more about the risks of taking butalbiltal-containing headache medications such as Fiorinal and Fioricet, and when their use might be indicated.

Migraine Myths that Can Endanger Your Health
Don't believe anyone (even a doctor) who says a migraine isn't serious. Migraine disorder can kill you. Learn the facts and what to do to stay safe.

Dosing and Side Effects of Topamax for Migraine
Learn more about Topamax, a migraine preventive medication, including how the dose is titrated up, and what side effects to watch out for if prescribed.

Can I Cure My Headaches By Having an Orgasm?
For some people, there is actually a correlation between sexual activity and headache or migraine. For some, orgasm can bring on head pain; for others, orgasm can relieve it.

Cluster Headaches: Symptoms and Treatment Options
Cluster headaches may be the most painful headache possible. Learn what can trigger these headaches and options to treat them if you have them.

SSDI vs. SSI: Which Is Best for Your Disability?
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) both provide disability benefits. Learn what's needed to qualify.

Headache and Migraine Glossary: P. About Headaches and Migraine
Medical terms and abbreviations can be confusing. Even if you ask your doctor or pharmacist what one means, it's easy to forget or confuse them. Use our glossary to help figure them out.

DEA and Pain Docs Release Collaborative FAQ from About Headaches and Migraine
In the wake of news stories about prescription drug use and abuse and great concern among patients in pain, dozens of pain experts in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), recently released a FAQ document intended to provide answers to questions about treating pain while recognizing and addressing problems associated with diversion and abuse of prescription drugs.

Side Effects of Amitriptyline for Migraine Prevention
Learn about the effectiveness and side effects of amitriptyline, a tricyclic antidepressant commonly prescribed off-label to prevent migraines.

Is My Child Having Migraines?
5 subtle clues that your child may be suffering from migraines.

Childhood Abuse and Headaches As Adults
Read about the connection between migraines and frequent headaches and childhood abuse, and the look into headache disorders.

Coping with Migraines at School: An Action Plan
Understand the triggers of migraine pain at school and come up with an action plan to ensure that your migraines don't affect your child's education.

Causes of Headaches at Work
There is nothing worse than developing a headache at work. Learn about numerous work-related headache triggers like stress and social conflict.

Migraine Medications
Get the skinny on medications, both over-the-counter and prescription, that your doctor may recommend for both treating your migraine attacks.

What is an MSG-Induced Headache?
Read about MSG-induced headaches, what they feel like including associated symptoms, how they are diagnosed, and how you can cope with one.

Dealing with an Ice Cream Headache
Learn more about what an ice cream headache actually is, what it feels like, and how you can treat it.

Symptoms and Treatment for Tension Headache in Children
Tension headaches are the most common type of headache in children and adolescents. Learn about triggers, plus symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.

Tips for Coping With Migraines at Work or School
Having a migraine at work or school creates special problems. Get practical, effective tips for helping to prevent migraines in these unique settings.

Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide in Migraine Prevention
Learn about three preliminary studies on migraine prevention drugs that target CGRP, a protein found to be released during migraine attacks.

Medications to Prevent Episodic Migraines
Learn about medications recommended by the American Headache Society and American Academy of Neurology to prevent your dreaded episodic migraines.

Differentiating a Migraine from a Sinus Infection
Learn how your

How Chronic Migraines Affect Your Family Life
Chronic migraines can significantly impact a person's relationships, especially those with family members, affecting partner intimacy and parenting.

Overview of Tension Headaches
Gain insight into tension headaches including information on triggers, what they feel like, and how to prevent and treat them effectively.

Relationship Between Smoking and Headaches
Read more about the link between smoking and headaches, and why its compelling enough to stop smoking for your headache and overall health.

Can Ibuprofen Prevent My Migraine?
Learn about whether you can take the common NSAID ibuprofen to prevent a migraine through a closer look at guidelines set forth by the AAN and AHS.

History and Controversy of Marijuana for Migraines
Learn about the use of marijuana for your migraines, including the history of marijuana in treating headaches and how it is used today.

What Medications May Treat Migraines in Pregnancy?
No one wants a migraine when pregnant. Learn what medications your doctor may recommend to treat your migraine pain and which ones are avoided.

Non-Invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation to Treat Migraines
Read about a unique non-invasive therapy that involves using a hand-held device to electrically stimulate the vagus nerve to treat your migraines.

Is There a Link Between Your Thyroid and Your Headaches?
Headaches are common in people who have hypothyroidism. Read more about this connection and how treating your thyroid disease may help your headaches.

What is Exploding Head Syndrome?
Read about a sleep disorder called exploding head syndrome that can be quite disturbing but is benign and sometimes confused as a headache disorder.

10 Ways To Stop or Lower Pain in Headache and Migraine
There's plenty you can do to minimize or even stop your headache and migraine pain. Here are 10 strategies you can implement today that may help.

Examples of Secondary Headaches
Read about common examples of secondary headaches, as opposed to primary headache disorders, like migraines and tension headaches, that occur independently of a health condition.

Avoiding a Headache on Vacation
Learn these five healthy lifestyle strategies to reduce your chances of getting headaches when you're supposed to be relaxing on vacation.

Migraines, Birth Control, and Stroke Risk
Gain an understanding of the link between combination birth control pills and your risk of stroke, depending on the type of migraines you have.

Common Headache Triggers
Read about common headache triggers including poor sleep hygiene, alcohol, foods with MSG, and stress.

Living With Chronic Daily Headaches
Learn the basics on chronic daily headaches including what they are, how your doctor diagnoses them, and how to treat them.

What is a Chronic Tension Headache?
Learn about the definition and treatment options available for chronic tension headache, also known as a stress headache or muscle contraction headache.

Lighting Type Could Cause Headache or Migraine at Work
If you're suffering migraines or headaches at work, the culprit could be the office lighting. Try these lighting changes to curb your head pain.

What's the Link Between Migraines and Tinnitus?
Science suggests that the buzzing or ringing in your ear could be related to your migraine attacks. Explore this link more, and what it means for you.

Tension Headaches: Symptoms, Triggers and Treatment
Learn the symptoms of tension headaches, how to control them yourself, or how they are treated should natural ways of treatment not work.

Is There A Link Between Migraines and Patent Foramen Ovale?
A patent foramen ovale is a hole between the upper chambers of your heart. But the link between a PFO and your migraines is highly controversial.

3 Behavioral Therapies for Your Headaches
Gain insight into three behavioral therapies that are scientifically proven to help people prevent and control their headaches and migraines.

Your Diet as a Migraine Therapy
Explore how diet can both trigger and treat your migraines, including a closer peek into vegan and elimination diets, and why they may be helpful.

Overview of Nummular Headaches
Learn more about nummular headaches, an unusual disorder that causes a fixed circular area of scalp pain, including how its diagnosed and treated.

IBS & Migraines: Why Do I Have Both?
Explore the intriguing connection between migraines and irritable bowel syndrome, and what this means for your stomach and headache health.

How to Prevent Headaches from Cleaning Products
Learn more about how cleaning supplies can trigger headaches and what you can do to prevent these headaches from occurring​.

What is a Cocktail Headache?
Learn more about a cocktail headache, including when it occurs with relation to alcohol intake, what it feels like, and what you can do about it.

Does Exercise Cause a Headache?
Learn about primary exertional headache, a rare type of a headache​ that causes a throbbing head pain, during or after any form of sustained exertion.

How Your Computer Screen May Cause a Headache
Learn how migraines and headaches from your computer and screen are triggered, and what strategies you can use to cope with or avoid headaches.

Using Triptan Medications for Migraines
Read about the migraine medications called triptans, including how they work, the different types, contraindications, and possible side effects.

4 Supplements That Prevent Adult Migraines
Many people prefer natural therapies for their migraines. Read about four supplements that are well-tolerated and effective in preventing migraines.

Symptoms of Common Primary Headache Disorders
Learn about the symptoms of common primary headache disorders like migraines in adults and children, tension-type headaches, and cluster headaches.

Brain Imaging for Headaches
Guidelines on when a CT or MRI of the brain is warranted for an acute headache.

Food Triggers of Migraines
Learn the foods that may be triggering your migraines, and how elimination may lower your headache threshold and give you the relief you deserve.

Serious Causes of Headache and Vision or Eye Problems
Read about medical conditions, like optic neuritis, that may cause a headache and eye or vision problems, and why they require a doctor's evaluation.

Does Alcohol Trigger Headaches and Migraines?
Read about whether alcohol is really a headache and migraine trigger and determine if this should influence your own alcohol consumption.

Understanding Dehydration as a Headache Trigger
Learn about dehydration, including causes, treatment options, and most importantly, how you can avoid this type of headache and migraine trigger.

Tylenol or Ibuprofen for Treating a Headache
Learn which over-the-counter medication is best for treating a tension headache, Tylenol or ibuprofen, including the benefits and downsides of each.

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension afflicts women of childbearing age, causes a severe headache, and may cause vision loss if not promptly treated.

Migraine and Multiple Sclerosis Connection
Read about the connection between migraines and multiple sclerosis, like how migraines may be the main symptom of an MS relapse.

What Is a Persistent Aura Without Infarction?
Read about a rare migraine complication that causes a person to have an aura that lasts at least a week without evidence of stroke on brain imaging.

Definition and Symptoms of Common Headaches
Gain an understanding of the classic symptoms of three common types of headaches, which are tension headaches, migraines, and cluster headaches.

Depression and Anxiety in People With Cluster Headaches
Read about the scientific data that shows a potential link between cluster headaches and psychiatric conditions, like depression and anxiety.

How Doctors Diagnose Migraines Using Simple Tests
Read about two tests, the POUND mnemonic and ID migraine questionnaire, that doctors may use to diagnose migraines in clinics or emergency rooms.​

What Will the ER Give Me for My Migraine?
Compare three different intravenous migraine medications that you may receive in the emergency room if you suffer an acute, severe migraine attack

What is a Peripheral Nerve Block?
Learn how peripheral nerve blocks work, and how they may be used to alleviate headaches. Also, learn about the side effects and treatments.

What Is Causing My Neck Pain?
While frustrating and uncomfortable, those with neck pain generally recover with simple measures. Let's take a look at common causes of axial neck pain.

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What is a Menstrual Migraine?
Read why migraine attacks commonly occur during your menstrual cycle or just before, and how you can manage them with your doctor's guidance.

Basic Facts on Brain Tumors
Learn about brain cancer including the science behind it, common symptoms and types, how it's​ diagnosed, and whether brain tumors are contagious.

Does Migraine Surgery Work?
Learn more about the research supporting migraine surgery, and the potential pluses and minuses of the procedure.

Massaging Temples and Other Maneuvers to Treat Headaches
Read about self-soothing headache maneuvers, like temple massage and compression, and whether they are actually effective in relieving your head pain.

Your Rights To Your Medical Records Under HIPAA
Our medical records are the method by which our current doctors follow our health and care. Let's explore some of the issues regarding medical records.

Symptoms of Headaches and Migraines
Since headaches come in a variety of types, classifying headaches according to their various symptoms can be quite helpful.

Symptoms and Treatment of Status Migrainosus
Learn about a type of migraine that lasts more than three days, called status migrainosus, and how this debilitating migraine is treated.

How the Riboflavin May Prevent Migraines
Read how foods rich in riboflavin, like almonds, may prevent your migraines based on the theory that migraines are linked to a mitochondrial defect.

Headaches Disorders and Sleep
Learn about four headache disorders that occur during or right after you sleep, including what they feel like and other clues that suggest their presence.

Overview of the Four Phases of a Migraine Attack
Read about the four phases of a migraine, their associated symptoms, and how recognizing the symptoms early may ease your attack.

Why You Should Avoid Opioids for Migraine Treatment
Explore 5 reasons why taking opioids for your migraines is not the best idea, as it may lead to more problems like chronic headache and tolerance.

Overview of Prescription Migraine Treatments
Most migraine sufferers will try an over-the-counter medication first, but often they may need some sort of prescription migraine treatment as well.

What is a Spinal Headache?
A headache may develop after a lumbar puncture. Learn what this headache feels like, including a unique feature, and how doctors treat it.

Overview of Headaches from a Brain Tumor
Learn what a headache from a brain tumor feels like, including its persistence and potential associated symptoms like vomiting or vision problems.

Magic Mushroom (Psilocybin) or LSD for Cluster Headache
Some cluster headache sufferers report that the illegal drugs LSD and magic mushrooms (psilocybin) can help. But there are significant risks involved.

10 Key Facts About Cluster Headaches
Learn ten facts about cluster headaches, one of the most debilitating types of primary headaches disorders, including how its triggered and treated.

Theories About the Link Between Obesity and Migraines
There are a few different theories about why people with obesity are more likely to have migraine attacks. Learn more about them.

Headache from Swimming
Learn about unique headache disorders associated with swimming and goggles, including what they feel like, and how you can prevent and treat them.

Role of Fear in Your Headache Disorder
Learn how fearing the pain of your headaches may actually worsen them in both their severity, and how they impact your daily living.

Natural Remedies for Headaches In Pregnancy
Read about natural remedies to alleviate your headache while pregnant to avoid exposing your baby to potentially harmful medications.

Recognizing and Reacting to Cerebral Aneurysms
A cerebral aneurysm is a “weak spot” in an artery in the brain. This weakness allows the vessel to balloon outward and fill with blood, possibly leading to pressure on a nerve or brain tissue near the aneurysm. Aneurysms can also leak or rupture, causing blood to spill into the surrounding tissue (hemorrhage). What causes them and how do they relate to headaches? c

The Link Between Migraines and Sleep Problems
Learn how sleep disturbances, like difficulty falling or staying asleep, are linked to migraines and what this means for your headache health.

Migraines and Breastfeeding
Learn whether breastfeeding protects against migraines in the postpartum period and what your doctor may recommend for treating your migraines.

Is There a Link Between Migraines and Baby Colic?
Learn about the potential link between colic as an infant and the development of migraines in childhood.

Headache with a Rash May Be Meningococcal Meningitis
Learn about a couple potential diagnoses if you have both a headache and a rash, one of which is the potentially serious meningococcal meningitis.

Medications That Cause Overuse or Rebound Headaches
Read how your pain-relieving headache medication may cause a rebound headache, also called a medication overuse headache, and how you can avoid it.

What is this Headache in My Forehead?
A frontal headache where the pain is centered near your forehead is common. Learn about the some common and rare causes of frontal headaches.

Migraines are Common in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Read how migraines are common in chronic fatigue syndrome, recently redefined as systemic exertional intolerance syndrome.

Mindful Meditation and Yoga for Your Migraines
Learn about the technique and science of​ mindfulness meditation, and whether this is an intervention that may help ease your migraines.

Migraines and Cardiovascular Disease in Women
Gain a clear picture of the connection or link between migraines and cardiovascular disease, especially heart attacks and strokes, in women.

Can Chewing Gum Cause A Headache in My Child?
Read how chewing gum may be a trigger for your child's headaches and what you can do to help them. This may be caused by temporomandibular joint or TMJ pain.

The Exhaustion of Headaches
Read about the evaluation and treatment of fatigue that may accompany your headaches.

Connection Between Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Migraines
Read about the connection between a migraine​ and carpal tunnel syndrome, a common medical condition characterized by nerve compression in the wrist.

Home Remedies for Your Headaches
Read about how you can soothe your headache at home without taking medication, including relaxation strategies, exercise, and manual maneuvers.

Overview of Abbreviations on Prescriptions
Learn common abbreviations that your doctor may use on a medication prescription, and why these abbreviations can cause harmful medical errors.

The Migraines and Obesity Connection
Explore how your weight may increase the number and severity of your migraine attacks, especially if you are obese, and what you can do about it.

Headache as a Symptom of Depression
Gain insight into whether you could be suffering from depression, how it may affect your headache or migraine health, and what you can do about it.

Safety of Buttebur for Migraine Therapy
Read about the safety concern of an alternative and herbal therapy to prevent migraines, Butterbur, and how this may affect your treatment.

Is Aspartame a Headache Trigger?
Should you avoid aspartame? Learn more about the controversy of aspartame as a headache trigger and what it means for you.

How To Take Control and Reverse Your Chronic Migraine
Take a proactive stance and learn how you can decrease the number of migraines you experience each month with 4 surprising basic lifestyle habits.

What is a Migraine Without Aura?
Educate yourself on the basics on what a migraine without aura is and how you can prevent and treat these debilitating attacks.

How Shingles May Cause a Headache
Anyone can develop herpes zoster, also called shingles. Learn how shingles can cause a painful rash on your head or face by targeting a certain nerve.

Imaging for headaches: Are they over-ordered?
Brain imaging may make sense if you're suffering from chronic headaches, but they may be overordered. Learn more.

Migraine and Nausea
Learn more about the nausea of a migraine attack and how to treat it.

Is There a Link Between Dry Eyes and Migraines?
Dry, gritty, and burning eyes could be affecting your migraines. Learn about this potential association, and how you can treat your irritated eyes.

How To Treat Your Nagging Tension Headaches
Learn how you can treat and possibly prevent your nagging tension headaches with simple measures and medications.

How To Treat Your Anxiety and Migraine at the Same Time
Read about the link between migraines and generalized anxiety disorder and how treating one can help the other.

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Doctor's Appointment
Read tidbits on getting the best use of your doctor's time at your next appointment and be an advocate in your headache health.

How Migraines May Increase Your Risk of Stroke
Migraines do increase your risk of stroke, but only if you're a younger woman. Learn about your heightened risk, plus steps you can take to manage it.

How Headaches Develop When Relaxing
Read how relaxation after stress may trigger a migraine, the scientific evidence to support this phenomenon, and what you can do to avoid it.

How Do I Lose Weight to Help My Migraines?
Learn simple nutritional steps on maintaining a healthy weight, which will help you feel good and may even minimize your migraine attacks.

Antipsychotic Medication Compazine for Migraine Therapy
Read about an antipsychotic agent called Compazine sometimes used to treat migraines, including information about dosing and possible side effects.

How Acute Mountain Sickness Causes Headaches
Learn about the headache of acute mountain sickness and how you can prevent and treat this unpleasant medical condition.

How Acute Migraines Become Chronic Migraines
Read about how migraines become chronic, including factors that are out of your control and factor within your control, like weight and stress.

What Are Migraine Auras?
Auras occur in about one-third of migraineurs and can be alarming experiences. Learn more about the neurological disturbances seen in an aura.

Herbs Taken with Migraine Drugs Can Cause Bad Reactions
Some herbal products are dangerous when taken together with prescription medication for migraine and cluster headache. Learn what to avoid and why.

Link Between Sneezing and Headaches
Learn about the potential link between migraines and rhinitis, a medical condition characterized by sneezing and a stuffy nose.

Increased Risk for Headaches as Women Near Menopause
Learn why you are at an increased risk for developing high frequency headaches as you near menopause, and what you can do to manage them.

Overview of Headache and Migraine Treatments
Get an overview of the various headache and migraine treatments, including prescription and over-the-counter medications and alternative therapies.

Overview of Trigeminal Neuralgia
Learn the basics of a facial pain disorder called trigeminal neuralgia, which causes severe, stabbing-like pain on one side of your face.

Prescription Treatments for Migraine Prevention
Migraine headaches can hit at any time, and treating them may not always be convenient. If you suffer from regular migraines, your health care provider may recommend preventative treatments rather than simple abortive therapies.

Do Antidepressants Like Citalopram Prevent Migraines?
Read about the antidepressant Celexa, known by the generic name citalopram, and whether it can treat both your depression and your migraines.

Diagnosis and Treatment of a Primary Thunderclap Headache
Learn about primary thunderclap headache, a rare headache causes the same type of pain that accompanies various life-threatening brain disorders.

Understanding Abdominal Migraines
Read about a form of functional abdominal pain in children known as abdominal migraines, and how it may be managed by your child's doctor.

Infections That Cause Headache and Fever
Learn what types of infections, like meningitis or the flu, may cause a headache and fever, how a doctor diagnoses them, and what you should do.

16 Different Types of Headaches and Migraines
Learn the various symptoms you can expect from 16 different types of headaches and migraine, plus how these conditions are diagnosed and treated.

The Phases of a Migraine Attack and Their Symptoms
When many people think migraine they think only of the pain of migraine. In reality, a migraine episode consists of far more. The typical migraine episode actually consists of four parts, referred to as phases or components.

Do I Have a Sinus Infection? Basics on Sinusitis
Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of sinusitis, which can cause headache and facial pain and may be mistaken for a migraine.

Everything You Need to Know About Silent Migraines
Silent migraines, a mysterious painless condition, can still be harmful to your health. Learn the signs and symptoms of silent migraines.

Definition and Diagnosis of Migraine With Aura
Learn about the characteristics of a migraine with aura and how it's diagnosed by your doctor.

How Migraines Can Lead to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Find out if you are at risk for developing post-traumatic stress disorder because you have migraines, or if PTSD can trigger migraine development.

How Sunlight May Help or Harm Your Headaches
Read 4 ways that the summer sun can help or harm your headache health, including your risk for heat stroke and the benefits of vitamin D.

Strategies for Coping With Chronic Headache Disorder
Coping with a chronic headache disorder can be daunting. Here are some tips that may help you gain control over an often overwhelming illness.

How Stimulating Your Brain Could Help Your Migraines
Learn how stimulating nerves or your brain may reduce or even alleviate your migraine pain, including information about two FDA-approved devices.

Understanding Migraine-Related Brain Lesions on Your MRI
MRI white matter hyperintensities are seen in some people with migraines. Read more about what these lesions may mean for the future of migraine care.

Common Antiemetics Used in Migraine Treatment
Read about the potential side effects of common antiemetics used in the treatment of migraine-associated nausea like Compazine, Thorazine, and Reglan.

Coping with Migraine Auras - Sights and Sensations
Learn how to treat, diagnose and prevent migraine auras as well as what symptoms to look out for to ensure that your condition is not more serious.

Serotonin Supplement 5-HTP in Migraine Headache Health
Read about the serotonin dietary supplement called 5-HTP, how it may help your migraines and headaches, and what to watch out for if taking it.

Chronic Daily Headache, Snoring, and Insomnia: Any Connection?
People who get very frequent headaches are more likely to snore or to have insomnia, but treating their sleep issues may not lessen the headache pain.

Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care for Severe Migraine
If you need immediate care for your severe migraine or headache, should you go to urgent care or to the emergency room? This can help you decide.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Children with Chronic Migraines
Learn about treatment for chronic migraine in children. Here is a look into a study that combines medical with cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Complications of Migraines
Learn about the complications and their associated symptoms that may arise from migraines, like migraine stroke and migraine-aura triggered seizures.

Review of Depakote in Preventing Migraines
Learn about using Depakote, an anticonvulsant medication, to prevent migraines, including common and potential side effects, and drug interactions.

Headache from Coughing: Primary Cough Headache
Learn more about what a primary cough headache feels like, why other more serious causes need to be ruled out first, and how a doctor may treat it.

How Headaches are Related to Common Health Conditions
Learn how common health conditions like obesity, vitamin D deficiency, and fibromyalgia, are possibly related to your headaches and migraines.

How Migraines May Increase Your Risk of Bell's Palsy
Having migraines increases your chance of developing Bell's palsy, a form of transient facial palsy. See what this means for your migraine health.

Celebrex as a Migraine Treatment and Why It's Unique
Read about why Celebrex may be a reasonable option for the acute treatment of migraines, including how its different from traditional NSAIDs.

Basilar-Type Migraine Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
Basilar-type migraine is a rare headache disorder with scary symptoms that can mimic stroke and epilepsy. Learn how it's diagnosed and treated.

Link Between Stabbing Headaches and Autoimmune Diseases
Read about the fascinating link between stabbing headaches and autoimmune conditions, and how this may affect how your doctor treats your headaches.

Hair Wash as a Migraine Trigger
There are many unique migraine triggers and hair washing may be one of them. Explore this trigger more and how your doctor may treat it.

Undergoing a Lumbar Puncture for Your Headache
Learn the basics of what a spinal tap (medically known as a lumbar puncture) is, including when its warranted and how its performed.

how happiness can help headaches, headaches are real
Learn how optimism can help you manage your headaches, especially how you perceive your head pain.

Acupuncture as a Headache and Migraine Treatment
Acupuncture is an alternative therapy that may be useful in treating your headaches and migraines, although the jury is still out on its true benefit.

Will Massage Therapy Help My Headache?
Learn about the deep kneading of massage therapy, its benefits, how it works, and whether it may be a reasonable approach for your headaches.

What is An Ice Pick Headache?
Understand ice pick headaches, the symptoms that accompany them, the unique way to treat them, and tips on preventing these painful headaches.

What is a Whiplash Headache?
Understand what a whiplash headache is, including what it feels like, what other symptoms may accompany it, and how it can be eased with simple tips.

Mental Illness and Your Headaches: What's the Link?
Explore the connection between three mental illnesses and headaches and migraines, including how doctors may treat both conditions.

Understanding the Connection Between Caffeine and Headaches
Caffeine and headaches often go hand-in-hand, but it's not always clear how the two relate. Learn more about their link, and what this means for you.

Using Botox to Prevent Chronic Migraines
Botox is most known for its use in reducing facial wrinkles, but it has been used as a preventive treatment for chronic migraines as well.

What are the Rare Primary Headache Disorders?
Read about rare headache disorders that exist on their own and are different from migraines, tension headaches, or cluster headaches.

What is a Caffeine Withdrawal Headache?
Caffeine withdrawal headache can occur after delaying your usual two cups of coffee. Learn more about this type of headache and how to prevent it.

Migraines and Your Heart Health
Learn about the connection between your migraines and your heart-related health conditions, like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol.

Hypoglycemia and Headaches
An article dealing with the onset of headache caused by hypoglycemia

6 Common Migraine Triggers to Avoid
While headache triggers are unique to the individual, here are some common culprits. Learn how to anticipate them in order to prevent your headaches.

How is a Pinched Nerve Treated
Pinched nerves are painful and can be debilitating. Learn how you can treat head and neck pain that is caused by an irritated nerve in your neck.

What To Drink For a Headache
Learn what drinks may help or worsen your headache pain.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Giant Cell Arteritis
Learn about giant cell arteritis, how it may cause a pain in your temple, and whether your headache warrants an investigation into this diagnosis.

When To See Your Doctor for a Bad Headache or Migraine
Most headaches and migraines aren't dangerous, but there are exceptions. Learn when to seek emergency care because of a severe headache or migraine.

All You Need to Know About Hemiplegic Migraines
Hemiplegic migraines feature symptoms that resemble those of a stroke, and may include dizziness, loss of motor control and one-sided paralysis.

What Triggers Cluster Headaches?
Read about the various triggers of cluster headaches like smoking and how you can manage them.

What You Need to Know About Retinal and Ocular Migraines
Learn the difference between an ocular vs. retinal migraine and the treatment and diagnosis of eye-related migraines with or without headache pain.

What is the Link Between Headaches and Lupus?
Explore the headache and lupus connection, and learn about a rare lupus headache syndrome that is difficult to treat.

How Doctors Diagnose Headaches
Read about the questions your doctor will ask during an appointment to diagnose your headache, like the quality, location, and severity of your pain.

Large Survey Results on Cluster Headaches
Gain insight into cluster headaches including fascinating statistics from the results of the largest survey done in the United States.

What Does the Pain of a Cluster Headache Feel Like?
Cluster headaches are the most painful headaches possible, akin to a hot poker or sword through your eye. Learn what a cluster headache feels like.

Menstrual Migraines and How to Prevent Them
Learn about the hormone changes that cause menstrual migraines and how you can prevent and treat these headaches.

5 Ways To Avoid Tension Headaches
Learn five ways to avoid tension headaches, including advice on what and when to eat, sleep, exercise, and the importance of stress reduction.

How To Avoid a Headache During the Holidays
Read about 5 tips to help you enjoy the holiday season and avoid headaches, including advice on preparation, travel, and food and drink moderation.

Using Indocin for Certain Headache Disorders
Learn which headache disorders are treated with Indocin, and what you should know about if prescribed this nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication.

Using Ibuprofen to Treat Headaches and Migraines
Ibuprofen is one of the most common headache and migraine therapies. Learn more about this medication, including how it works and side effects.

A Study Supporting the Use of Yoga to Heal Your Migraines
Read about the results of one study that examined the effects of yoga therapy on the number and intensity of migraines, and what this means for you.

Using Beta Blockers to Prevent Migraines
Learn why your doctor may prescribe a beta-blocker to prevent migraines, as well as facts about these blood pressure medications, like side effects.

Headache from a TMJ Disorder
See whether your headache could be related to problems with your temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, and how it can be effectively diagnosed and treated.

Headache Warning Signs
Learn what headache warning signs should alert you to seek immediate medical attention.

Understanding Migraines in Children and How To Prevent Them
Learn about the symptoms and types of migraines in children and how you can help prevent and treat them with simple lifestyle habits.

Taking Tylenol for Your Headaches
Tylenol is an effective medication for tension headaches. Read about the safety profile of Tylenol and what to watch out for when taking it.

Debunking Common Migraine Myths
Migraine is a common disorder and yet there is still false, misleading information circulating about it. Let's dispel 5 myths and find the truth.

What It Means To Have Transformed (Chronic) Migraine
Transformed migraine (a.k.a. chronic migraine) is a form of migraine where you have near-daily but less severe headaches. Learn if you're at risk.

medical therapies for cluster headaches
Learn how to both stop and prevent your cluster headaches.

Integration and Managing Life with a Chronic Illness
Learn how to function and live with a chronic illness by developing self managing and coping skills and integrating your illness into your daily life.

Common Migraine Triggers to Watch Out for
Learn about ten common migraine triggers to watch out for, and how you can be proactive in preventing your migraines by coping with these triggers.

Is There a Link Between Fibromyalgia and Migraines?
Learn about the relationship between fibromyalgia and migraines. It is not uncommon for individuals to suffer from both.

How Avoiding Migraine Triggers May Not Be the Right Solution
Should you really be avoiding migraine triggers, like chocolate and brights lights? See if your triggers are really provoking your migraine attacks.

Injectable or Nasal DHE for Treating Migraines
Get educated about using DHE to relieve your migraines, including information about its nasal and injectable route of administration and side effects.

Key Facts about Imitrex for Migraines Including Side Effects
Educate yourself on the use of Imitrex for your migraines, including information about side effects and its use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Symptoms of a Headache
Read about the symptoms of three common primary headache disorders, migraines, tension-type headaches, and cluster headaches.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Apnea Headache
Learn more about a sleep apnea headache, including when it occurs, what it feels like, how its diagnosed, and how it can be effectively treated.

Sunglasses to Help Prevent Migraines and Headaches
If you suffer from headaches or migraines, a good pair of sunglasses is essential gear. Here are the features you need when purchasing sunglasses.

Causes and Relief of Throbbing Sinuses
Learn how what causes your sinuses to throb and how you can obtain relief.

Sinus Headaches: Triggers, Treatment, and Timing
Understand what's different about sinus headaches, its symptoms and treatments, as well as how to prevent and control these painful episodes.

Sinus Headache vs. Migraine: How to Tell the Difference
If you're suffering from what you believe are frequent sinus headaches, you're probably really having migraines. Here's how to tell the difference.

How Sex May Relieve Migraine Pain
You may be surprised to learn that for some migraineurs, sex can alleviate their pain. Read two theories on the

How Fasting Can Cause a Headache
Read about the symptoms, potential causes, and treatment of a headache that develops from fasting.

Migraine Medications and Serotonin Syndrome
Learn about a rare but potential life-threatening illness called serotonin syndrome, and how your headache medication may put you at risk.

How A Headache May Be a Sign of a Stroke
Read about the link between headaches and strokes, and how you can distinguish a stroke-related headache from a benign primary headache.

Hemicrania Continua Headaches: Back-to-Back Headaches
Hemicrania Continua is the most debilitating type of chronic migraine headaches. Learn how to prevent and control back-to-back, frequent headaches.

Retinal (Ocular) Migraine Symptoms and Treatment
Retinal migraine starts with odd flashes or partial blindness in one eye, and can cause permanent vision damage. Learn the symptoms and treatment.

What is a Retinal Migraine?
Retinal migraines cause a transient vision disturbance in one eye. Learn more about this condition, and why it requires a thorough evaluation.

A Mnemonic to Identify Headache Warning Signs
Understand a handy mnemonic used by the American Headache Society for remembering headache warning signs and when to seek immediate medical attention.

How a Headache Diary is Helpful for Your Doctor
Headache diaries can be useful for coping with your own triggers. Read how they may also help your doctor diagnose your type of headache disorder.

Recognizing Dangerous Headaches in Pregnancy
There are some dangerous health conditions in pregnancy that can cause headaches, like preeclampsia. Learn how to recognize the warning signs.

Helicobacter Pylori Infection and Migraines
Learn about the association between the bacteria H. pylori and migraines and whether eradication of it can help improve your migraine health.

Preventing Menstrual Migraines with Birth Control Pills
Combination birth control pills may prevent menstrual migraines. Learn how birth control works and whether you may be a candidate for this therapy.

Preparing for Your Headache Evaluation
Learn how to help your doctor diagnose your headache by relaying your headache symptoms in an orderly and thoughtful format.

What are Premonitory Symptoms of a Migraine?
Premonitory symptoms occur hours to days before a migraine. Learn what these symptoms are, what causes them, and how they may alert you to an attack.

Unique Secondary Causes of Forehead Pain
Read about rare secondary causes of forehead pain like giant cell arteritis, brain tumor, and a cervicogenic headache, and their associated symptoms.

Side Effects and Risks of Taking Oxycodone for Headaches
Learn about the risks and possible side effects of taking oxycodone for migraine relief, including head discomfort, and why you should be cautious.

OTC Medications for Migraine and Tension Headache Relief
Read about common over-the-counter medications used to treat tension headaches and migraines, like tylenol, ibuprofen, naproxen, and excedrin.

Coping with Noise Triggered Headaches
Loud noises like fireworks, concerts, or construction can trigger headaches. The good news is that a strategy called desensitization can help you.

Opening Up About Your Chronic Illness
Use these tips to help you open up to others about your headache disorder or other chronic illness, including preparing yourself for unique reactions.

What Is Status Migrainous? from About Headaches and Migraine
Status Migrainous is a debilitating Migraine attack lasting for more than 72 hours. If pain lasts more than 72 hours, it should be considered an emergency.

How to Make a Headache Diary Template
Learn how to make your own customized headache diary template, which will allow you to track factors that may be contributing to your headaches.

How Coenzyme Q10 May Help Prevent Your Migraines
Read how CoEnzyme Q10 may help prevent your migraines based on the theory that migraines are linked to a cellular mitochondrial defect.

What is the The Migraine Disability Assessment (MIDAS) Test?
Use a questionnaire called the migraine disability assessment score, or MIDAS, which measures the effect of migraines on your everyday functioning.

Review of Maxalt for Migraines with Side Effects and Drug Interactions
Learn about a common migraine prescription medication called Maxalt (rizatriptan), including how it's given, side effects, and drug interactions.

Using Ginger for Migraines
Learn about ginger as a potential therapy for migraines, whether scientific data supports its use, and where you can find it.

Funny Headache Quotes and Stories
Read headache quotes and stories to lighten your mood, bring some laughter, and hopefully make you feel better about your headache health.

Preventing and Treating Migraines in Children and Adolescents
Learn about the medications doctors may use to treat migraines in your child, including recommendations from the American Academy of Neurology.

Connection Between Headaches and Hormones
See how your headaches and migraines may be connected to your hormones, like your thyroid and stress hormone, and estrogen and insulin levels.

Butalbital Medications for Headaches and How to Safely Stop Them
Learn about butalbital-containing medications for your headaches and migraines, including the risks they carry and how they can be stopped safely.

Can You Overdose on Tylenol? The Answer is Yes, You Can
It's possible to overdose on acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol and in other over-the-counter drug products. Learn how to avoid this.

Are Migraines Hereditary?
Scientists have identified about a dozen genes linked to migraine disorder, indicating the condition is hereditary. But other factors contribute, too.

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An index of categories in the

Headache Types
There are a variety of headache types, including migraine headaches, cluster headaches, sinus headaches, and tension headaches. Each of these are due to very different causes, but all of them can be very troublesome. Understanding the distribution of pain and characteristics of each headache type will help you properly assess and treat your condition.

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What Is Acephalgic (or Silent) Migraine?
An acephalgic (or silent) migraine is a migraine without the headache, but with other symptoms, such as an aura. Learn about acephalgic migraines.

All About Hemicrania Continua Headaches
What makes hemicrania continua headaches different from other chronic headache conditions.

Coping with Migraines at School
Understand the triggers of migraine pain at school and come up with an action plan to ensure that your migraines don't affect your education.

What is a Silent Migraine
Everything you need to know about Silent Migraines.

All About Sinus Headaches
Understand what's different about sinus headaches, its symptoms and treatments, as well as how to prevent and control these painful episodes.

What is a Tension Headache?
The difference between migraines and tension headaches and how they are treated.

What is a Concussion?
A concussion is a mild brain injury. Learn more about concussions including its symptoms, how its evaluated by a doctor, and how its treated.

Taking Migraine or Headache Drugs When Breastfeeding
Learn whether it's safe to take your regular migraine or headache medications while breastfeeding your baby, and what alternatives are available.

What is a Migraine Seizure or Migralepsy?
A migraine-aura triggered seizure, also called migralepsy, is a rare migraine complication. Learn about this disorder, and how it can be misdiagnosed.

What is a Refractory Chronic Migraine?
Read how researchers define refractory chronic migraine and what this means for your headache health.

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Sinus Headaches
Sinus headaches occur when the sinuses become inflamed or congested. Many people believe they are suffering from sinus headaches when they are in fact experiencing migraine headaches. Sinus headaches are often accompanied by symptoms such as nasal drainage, fever, congestion, or facial pain. Page 3.

Types of Headaches - A Visual Description
There are four main types of headaches: migraine, cluster, sinus, and tension. Understanding the typical distribution of pain for each type can help determine what types of headaches you are experiencing. As always, discuss your symptoms with a health care professional to receive proper care and treatment. Page 2.

Blood Vessels Involved in Migraine Headaches
Migraine and cluster headaches are two types of headaches. Each is characterized by an involvement of blood vessels in the brain and/or skull.

Audubon Nature Calendar 2007 - Favorite Calendars for 2007 - from About Headaches and Migraine
Star Trek Ships of the Line: 2007 Wall Calendar. Calendars are more than just paper with a dated grid on it. They're decorative, useful, and fun! To those of us who deal with headaches and Migraine disease, they're also essential because our illness makes it essential that we be organized. Here are some great calendars for 2007. Whether you want fun, pretty, inspirational, or organizational clanedars, they're here. Audubon Nature Calendar 2007

Believing in Ourselves Daily Reflections for Women 2007 - Favorite Calendars for 2007 - from About Headaches and Migraine
Calendars are more than just paper with a dated grid on it. They're decorative, useful, and fun! To those of us who deal with headaches and Migraine disease, they're also essential because our illness makes it essential that we be organized. Here are some great calendars for 2007. Whether you want fun, pretty, inspirational, or organizational clanedars, they're here. Believing in Ourselves Daily Reflections for Women 2007

Harry Potter: 2007 Wall Calendar - Favorite Calendars for 2007 - from About Headaches and Migraine
Calendars are more than just paper with a dated grid on it. They're decorative, useful, and fun! To those of us who deal with headaches and Migraine disease, they're also essential because our illness makes it essential that we be organized. Here are some great calendars for 2007. Whether you want fun, pretty, inspirational, or organizational clanedars, they're here. Harry Potter: 2007 Wall Calendar

Headaches and Migraine - SOS Caduseus Emergency ID Pendant
If we're in an accident or ill and lose consciousness, who will speak for us? In an emergency, medical personnel need to know our medical history, what conditions we have, what medications we take, and who our regular doctors are. This information can be vital to saving our lives. There are a variety of medical ID systems and tags available. Caduseus Emergency ID Pendant.

10 Simple Solutions to Migraines
If good things come in small packages, "10 Simple Solutions to Migraines" partially fits the bill. The book is 5" by 7" and contains 143 pages. It's purpose is to offer some good strageties for dealing with Migraines, offered in a straight forward, no nonsense style. It's a good attempt, but falls a bit short.

Living Well with Autoimmune Disease
Times have changed. No longer do all patients meekly accept what one doctor tells them, especially when the diagnosis and its consequences are serious. More and more, patients are educating themselves and becoming active participants in their own health care. With books such as "Living Well with Autoimmune Disease..." and committed authors like Mary J. Shomon, this patient strategy is becoming easier.

Management of Headache and Headache Medications
Management of Headache and Headache Medications by Dr. Lawrence Robbins is a must-have for healthcare professionals as well as a superb addition to the library of information seeking patients and patient advocates.

MemoryMinder Personal Health Journal
I quite often emphasize the importance of maintaining a headache and Migraine diary. However, there are times when we'd like to keep more information than can be conveniently recorded on the type of diary page that is simple for our doctors to review and analyze. I was using a blank journal for that purpose until I came across the "MemoryMinder Personal Health Journal" by MemoryMinder Journals, Inc.

Migraine and Other Headaches
We often discuss the need for and benefits of headache and Migraine sufferers educating ourselves and becoming active participants in our health care. This book both reflects that philosophy and provices us with a great educational resource. Definitely a must-have book. "Migraine and Other Headaches" was written by Dr. William B. Young and Dr. Stephen D. Silberstein, both noted experts in the treatment of headache disorders and Migraine.

The MindBody Prescription
"The MindBody Prescription" falls into our "groan" category of books where the author is at least 50 years behind the times and still blaming Migraines on our emotional state. What's surprising, is that the author is a medical doctor.

Understanding Migraine and Other Headaches
Written "for general readers," Tepper's "Understanding Migraine and Other Headaches" is, "a comprehensive overview of causes, diagnoses, and treatments" written in a logical, easy flowing style. You'll find it complete, up-to-date, and easy to understand.

The Women's Migraine Survival Guide
In "The Women's Migraine Survival Guide," Dr. Peterson has done an admirable job of presenting a great deal of information about Migraines in a manner that is concise and easy to follow. In addition, she has packed this book with wonderful tools and quizzes to help readers determine what may apply to them. She advises readers to be evaluated by a physician, but gives us a place to start.

You Can Heal Your Life
Reviewed at the request of a forum member, this book by Louise L Hay has one good thing going for it and a lot of MISinformation.

American Headache Society - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
The American Headache Society (AHS) is a professional society of health care providers dedicated to the study and treatment of headache and face pain. Founded in 1959, AHS brings together physicians and other health providers from various fields and specialties to share concepts and developments about headache and related conditions.

Colombia Association for the Study of Headache - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. Columbia Association for the Study of Headache.

Finland - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. Finland, PUOLI MILJOONAA SUOMALAISTA SAIRASTAA MIGREENIÄ.

Italy Alleanza Cefalalgici - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. Italy Alleanza Cefalalgici.

Japan Chronic Headache Organization in Japanese - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. Japan Chronic Headache Organization in Japanese.

MAGNUM - The National Migraine Association - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
MAGNUM: Migraine Awareness Group: A National Understanding for Migraineurs, was created to bring public awareness utilizing the electronic, print and artistic mediums, to the fact that Migraine is a true biologic neurological disease, to assist Migraine sufferers, their families, and coworkers, and to help improve the quality of life of Migraine sufferers worldwide.

The Migraine Association of Ireland - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
The Migraine Association of Ireland is a registered charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with migraine by 1) provideing information, support and reassurance for people with migraine and other headache disorders in Ireland; 2) raising awareness of migraine throughout Irish society in general, as well as in the health professional sector; and 3) supporting research.

England Migraine Trust - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. England Migraine Trust.

Sweden Svenska Migränförbundet - Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. Sweden Svenska Migränförbundet.

Swiss Migraine Trust Foundation- Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. Swiss Migraine Trust Foundation.

Nonprofit and Medical Professional Headache and Migraine Organizations
Education, support, and advocacy information are essential to anyone with headaches or Migraine disease. Thus, the nonprofit and medical professional organization Web sites dedicated to those issues are vitally important to us. Here are screen shots of the main pages of many of those sites, along with a description of the organization. The Netherlands.