There are a number of migraine variants. One of these variants is atypical migraine. It tends to skip phases of an attack, especially aura.
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 one, but not the only form of chronic pain. But what does chronic pain mean? What does it mean for our overall wellbeing?
What is migraine? And what happens in my brain when I have a migraine attack? The ‘Migraine Brain’ gives some explanation on how people with migraine experience stimuli.
Migraine can be an isolating condition. Finding the right migraine support network, however, can make this daunting condition manageable.
There is no single answer when it comes to explaining the link between caffeine and migraine. This is because caffeine is regarded as both a trigger of and and a treatment for attacks.
There is lots of evidence to suggest that alcohol does not mix well with migraine. Whilst exact triggers are often hard to pin-down, alcohol does cause a number of bodily changes associated with causing headaches. Firstly, alcohol is a diuretic – this means that it makes you go to the toilet more frequently. As a […]
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.
Yoga is an ancient type of exercise combining poses and breathing exercises, with evidence buildings suggesting it can help manage migraine.
We all dislike a loud noises ringing in our ears. But migraine sufferers with phonophobia find even quiet sounds discomforting.