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10 Unspoken Facts About Migraine
April 04, 2023

What Helps Relieve Migraine Attacks

10 Unspoken Facts About Migraine

Hello again my friend,

Here are 10 unspoken facts about Migraine.

1. Living with migraine can feel like an invisible illness. People may not see your struggles on the outside, but that doesn't mean they aren't there.

2. It's frustrating when people don't understand what you're going through with migraine. It's not just feeling headache or pain, or tired, it's a whole host of symptoms that impact your life.

3. Losing friends because of migraine is painful. It's like a relationship breakup, and it can be hard to find new connections who understand what you're going through.

4. Family members can feel a sense of loss when you're dealing with migraine. They may want you to get better, but the pressure can be overwhelming for you to perform.

5. The guilt that comes with migraine can be crushing. You don't want to let down the people you care about, but you also need to take care of yourself.

6. Suffering from a migraine attack can lead to secondary emotions like guilt and sadness. It's important to acknowledge these feelings and work on letting them go.

7. Finding a supportive doctor who understands migraine can be a struggle. It's important to keep advocating for yourself and seeking out the right practical help you need right now.

8. Migraine is not just feeling pain and fatigue all the time. It's a complex illness that can impact every aspect of your life, from work to relationships to hobbies.

9. It can be frustrating or upsetting when people suggest that migraine is "all in your head." This invalidates the very real physical symptoms you may be experiencing.

10. Going through migraine can be a daily battle, but you are not alone. There is support out there, and there are ways to improve the quality of life and wellbeing.

I hope this has helped clarify and confirm some of the things you may be experiencing.

Here are some ways I can help you right now >>

- My Migraine Pain Management Course

- My Bookstore

OK, that’s it for this week.

I'm so grateful that you stay in touch and allow me into your inbox from time to time... do take care of yourself.

Until next time, stay well and be pain free... as pain free as possible.



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A Personal Note

For the past 7 or 8 years I have been studying our brains potential to change. It’s commonly referred to as plasticity. More recently I have been doing brain retraining including lots of dancing and laughter yoga. So, you may notice that I am starting to take a different direction in future blog posts.

I am hoping to share more joy, laughter and feel-good endorphins with you to help you on your health journey. YAY!

There are over 400 pages of serious well researched migraine treatment, prevention, medication and just everything migraine still here. But from now on… it’s going to be more about fun and laughter to move our brains away from engrained chronic pain conditioning patterns.

And that’s ALL good news!!!


Migraine Relief Secrets 5 Week FREE e-Course
• The first module of my Migraine Pain Management Course is FREE.
Join The Migraine Pain Management Workshop
10 Day Self Love Challenge


Migraine Management: How to Reduce Anxiety, Manage Pain and Prevent Attacks [Amazon]
• A Migraine Food & Supplement Experiment: A Journal to Track Your Path to Pain Free Possibilities
• Stress Management Journal for Migraine Relief: 8 Weeks to Less Stress
• The Symptom Tracker Journal
• How To Work with Your Doctor on Medication Selection
• Practical Ways to Help Manage Migraine, Anxiety and Depression: A Printable Journal Workbook
• Brain Food Recipe Cookbook and Journal [coming soon]
>> All in my bookstore


• Migraine Pain Management Course: How to Get the Most Relief Possible. Module one is FREE!
• How To Manage Anxiety and Depression from Your Migraines
• Meditations And Energetic Healing for Migraine Sufferers
>> All in my Migraine Pain Management Courses


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