When we have children in our lives, we need to pay special attention to explaining Migraine to them. It can be frightening for children to witness someone they love having a Migraine attack. If the child has Migraine disease, the earlier we can teach them about taking good care of themselves, the better.
It's important to encourage kids with Migraine to have as many normal, healthy experiences as possible. This teaches them how to live with Migraine in the real world. With a little extra planning, Migraine doesn't have to stop our kids from enjoying all the fun that summer camp has to offer.
#MHAM2018 Social Media Challenge Day 6: Normandy Beach. People living with Migraine, and headache often call themselves as "warriors." Tell us about your battle with Migraine and Headache. If you're a veteran with Migraine or headache, please tell your story. We appreciate your service and your sacrifice!
A good ice pack is essential for Migraine, Cluster Headache, or other headache disorder. They're our universal comfort measure. Finding the perfect ice pack has been a lifelong pursuit. In the early years, the best available option was a cold, wet wash cloth pasted to my forehead. Obviously, there were problems with this solution
Social connection is a biological imperative. A rich social life is good for our physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Migraine attacks may interfere with special occasions. When Migraine threatens our social life, we need to take action. We must find ways to enjoy a rich social life, even with Migraine.
Has migraine ever changed? Maybe insurance coverage changed, a favorite doctor retired, or new symptoms appeared suddenly. We may be resistant to that change, spending valuable time wishing things would just stay the same. Who Moved My Cheese uses the metaphor of a mouse and cheese to explore adapting to change.