Are Your Attacks Evolving?

Last updated: November 2022

Whether due to aging, hormonal shifts, or life transitions (such as changes in career or marital status), migraine attacks may evolve over time. When this occurs, it can be challenging to respond to the condition. Prodromes or first signals that once let us know an attack was unfolding may change entirely, making it difficult to know when to take our rescue medications (which work best when taken at the first sign of an attack).

How have my migraine signals changed?

In this video, Holly shares how her first signs and signals are changing over time, as well as the actual sensation of the attack itself. She discusses how she is navigating these changes and invites you to share your experiences on the topic of evolving attacks in the comment section below. We are eager to learn from you, and thank you for taking the time to share your wisdom with us.

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