Category Archives: Migraine Blog

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Posted by Kerrie Smyres - April 16th, 2014

Three-year-olds have a particular state of meltdown when they’re overly tired and overly hungry. They become completely unreasonable, won’t listen to anyone’s suggestions and can’t make decisions. This describes me when a… READ MORE

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Posted by Kerrie Smyres - April 8th, 2014

Be wary of any health care provider who says their treatment will definitely reduce your migraine attacks and never, never trust anyone who says they have a migraine cure. These are my… READ MORE

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Posted by The Migraine Girl - April 8th, 2014

Even in a safe, controlled, migraineur-friendly environment, triggers can pop up. Sunday was the first day I felt almost-good after a week and a half of migraines and back pain. I’d actually… READ MORE

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Posted by Kerrie Smyres - April 4th, 2014

“Pretending to be happy when you’re in pain is just an example of how strong you are as a person.” From time to time, this statement shows up on Facebook, usually with… READ MORE

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Posted by Sarah Hackley - March 28th, 2014

Many migraineurs have heard about the well-established link between child abuse and migraine, but fewer know about the equally important link between domestic violence and migraine. According to the CDC, the number… READ MORE

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