Migraine Awareness falls short when it comes to representing people younger than 40 and this June for Migraine and Headache Awareness Month I’m kicking off my blog series that will focus on youth representation and experiences with migraine disease.
I don’t understand arthritis and I don’t understand how a disease impacting so many people can make me feel so alone and unsupported in my care.
The way we measure success for migraine meds doesn’t actually line up with improved quality of life, and people need to know that.
Migraine research continues to get more innovative and exciting over the last few years. Last year, for the first time in my 10+ years with migraine, I tried a medication that actually provided me with relief. The new glass of drugs: gepants, began being approved and distributed early in 2020. These are medications that work […]
A follow up to defeating nausea discussing a few new tactics I’ve learned for keeping my most bothersome symptom at bay.