Migraine Tools

Here at Migraine.com you’ll find all of the tools you need to help you deal with migraines and other types of headaches. Knowing where to turn for accurate, comprehensive information is key to understanding and coping with this debilitating disorder. Please use the tools below to help you determine if you may be suffering from migraines, interact with others who suffer from migraines, keep track of your own migraine symptoms and save money on products that may help ease your pain.

Also, if you’re having difficulty explaining how migraines impact your life, share the migraine.com link with your family, friends, coworkers and classmates. The information provided on migraine.com will help them understand what you’re going through.

Migraine Journal

The first step to tackling migraines is to determine if you’re actually suffering from them. You can grab a notebook, set up a file on your computer or record information on your phone. The migraine journal will serve as your written record. Keep track of your migraine symptoms, potential triggers and the medicines you’ve taken and how well they worked. You’ll take it with you when you go to the doctor and it will prove most valuable when it comes to diagnosing migraines.

Migraine Symptom Checker

Migraines can cause a wide range of symptoms: from head pain to nausea and vomiting to muscle weakness. These symptoms can occur together or at different times and can also appear in different parts of the body. Take a look at our Migraine Symptom Checker to help you keep track of your migraine symptoms.

Get Involved

Don’t suffer alone! There are numerous resources that will offer you support and information as you’re coping with migraines. Knowing others who also have migraines may help you learn different ways to deal with this disorder.

Migraine Majority Polls

Let your voice be heard! Participate in our Migraine Majority Polls. Let us know how migraines have impacted your life. Also, learn what others have to say about migraines. Here you’ll see if others have similar experiences.

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Written by: Otesa Miles | Last review date: November 2010