Winning the Battle Against Migraines
A migraine can be defined as a limiting headache, meaning that it stops you from functioning. The nature of migraine headaches demand that you do something about them. Remedies include avoiding triggers, and a variety of treatments. Get the latest insights on treating migraine headaches ›
Roughly 2 percent of people in the United States suffer with chronic migraine, which is is defined as headaches or migraine that occur on more than 15 days each month. Dr. Alexander Mauskopf, a headache specialist, recommends these 7 coping tips ›
How Well Are You Managing Your Migraines?
Chronic Headaches and Migraines
- Treating Chronic Migraine
- Medication Overuse
- Living with Chronic Migraine
- Should You Take Preventive Medication?
Although most people experience headaches only from time to time, an unfortunately but significant minority – about one in 20 people – experience them daily or almost every day ›
Treatment Options for Migraines
- Latest Treatment Guidelines
- Natural Migraine Relief
- Botox for Chronic Migraine
- Relief for Chronic Migraine
Nearly 40% of people with migraines could benefit from preventive medications, but only one-third are getting treatment. See the latest guidelines on migraine prevention ›
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Although most people experience headaches only from time to time, an unfortunate but significant minority — about 1 in 20 people — experience them daily or almost every day.