10 ways to help someone with migraine

Whether someone has chronic migraine, high-frequency episodic migraine, or the occasional migraine attack that knocks them out for days on end, nearly everyone with migraine could use help during a flareup. It can be tough to think of tasks that need to be done when you’re put on the spot, asking someone to do unpleasant chores seems rude, and admitting that you can’t cope with the stuff of daily life is embarrassing. Below are 10 different concrete ways to offer help.

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What's the longest you've experienced throbbing pain during a migraine attack?

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How frequently does migraine affect your ability to drive?

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Are you less productive because of your migraine disease?

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Have you taken any prescription medicine for your migraines?

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Do you find cleaning products trigger your migraine attacks?

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Do certain foods trigger your migraines?

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Have you ever missed your child\'s activities/events due to migraines?

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Does noise bother you during a migraine attack?

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Have you taken the time to explain migraines to friends?

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