June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, a dedicated time for migraine specialists and other health care providers, patient advocates and the migraine community to unite their voices to advocate for migraine recognition and treatment. The 2018 theme is “You Are Not Alone,” and it reminds people living with migraine that more than 37 million other people empathize and can feel their pain.
My wife routinely gets headaches that might level a normal human. While she still keeps going as if nothing is happening, I say this, not because I can feel her pain or truly know the level, but because she tells me she is in pain. If she says it, I know it would take me out, because she has superhuman pain tolerance – she labored, at home, for 36 hours without meds!
I suspect she is having migraines. She just keeps moving.
Myths and misconceptions around migraines abound. They perpetuate themselves and feed the stigma associated with Migraines. Below are some of the most prevalent M