Before the age of 7, migraine affects boys and girls equally. By the time puberty hits, however, attacks are much more frequent in girls.
Abdominal migraine involves stomach aches. Research into the gut-brain axis is showing how gut health may be the key to managing migraine.
Migraine is not just a headache. Migraine is a severe neurological disease. This sounds complex, and it is, as the impact, symptoms and comorbidities (such as anxiety) can vary greatly from person to person.
The impact of migraine and migraine attacks on school can be huge. By recognising the impacts of migraine on school and how to manage it, we can make sure that children benefit from a fulfilling, rewarding, and enjoyable time in the classroom.
Alongside headaches, many migraine sufferers experience nausea (feelings of sickness) when they face a migraine attack.
We breathe all the time without thinking about it. But practising specific techniques can help us relax and take control of our body and mind
Migraine is not just migraine. There are many different types, presenting with different symptoms. Especially kids and teens might experience less typical symptoms.
Living with migraine is difficult. But talking about it with others brings its own challenges.There are, however, ways to deal with these.
Whilst migraine is not a curable condition, certain medications can help to either prevent an attack, or relieve an attack’s symptoms.
Treating migraine doesn’t always involve taking medication. Natural remedies can have a big impact on the management of your condition.