Migraine ranks in the top 10 of the world's most disabling medical illnesses for women.
Migraine patients frequently have neck pain as a part of their headache. This often is misdiagnosed as cervical spine disease or fibromyalgia.
Sleep can reset migraines, but often migraine patients struggle with insomnia.
Weather is a common trigger for migraine headache.
As many as 20% of school age children suffer from headaches, with stomach pain being the predominate symptom.
Patients often under-treat their headaches and suffer needlessly or take too many of the wrong medications and risk medication over-use headaches (MOH).
Although milder than migraines or cluster headaches, when tension headaches become chronic they can be difficult to treat.
Women disproportionately suffer migraine headaches.
It is often hard for others to understand how unpredictable and disabling they can be.
90% of people that self diagnose their sinus headaches really have migraines.
Headache sufferers consistently identified stress as the #1
trigger for their headache.