1. “Migraine” is not synonymous with “bad headache.”
If a person has a bad headache, they do not automatically have a migraine. Migraine is a neurological disorder that 12% of Americans1 have and research increasingly shows that it is genetic. When someone “has a migraine,” they are experiencing an attack of this neurological disorder. If someone does not have the underlying neurological disorder, it is impossible for them to have a migraine attack… Read the full post.
2. Head pain is not the only symptom of migraine.
3. For 90% of people with migraine, attacks are disabling.
4. Painkillers are not a panacea.
5. A migraine is not over when the most painful phase passes.
6. During a migraine, thinking and finding words are difficult, decision-making ability is impaired, and a person can be extremely irritable.
7. People who have migraine are not more stressed out than those without migraine.
8. Lifestyle changes are often beneficial for people with migraine, but they aren’t always sufficient.
If you are having migraines or any type of chronic headache you should have them evaluated. Our Wellness Screening is designed to identify key areas that are out of balance in your body. We will help you create and manage goals for your health and wellness to help you to avoid or interrupt the downward spiral of chronic pain and disease. Early detection, identification and solution based intervention is a critical key to long term wellness. Give us a call (541.223.5331) for a consultation.
Migraine Phases – Migraine.com
18 Signs You’re Having a Migraine – Health Magazine
Migraine Information – The Mayo Clinic
Excedrin Coupons – Excedrin.com