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The Best Treatment for Migraine
April 10, 2020

The Best Treatment for Migraine

Finding the right doctor is vital to finding your best treatment.

The Doctor Is In

A support network is critical for anyone with a chronic illness, particularly for those of us with such poorly understood diseases like migraine.

Healthcare professionals and doctors are crucial members of our support network: they provide assistance and advice in managing symptoms, monitor our health for complicating factors, help eliminate 'fixable' symptoms, can provide moral support, and be the objective voice necessary for things like insurance.

While we have all heard horror stories of dismissive doctors, the vast majority want to help as much as they can, and it is often up to us to facilitate that. Having a plan to get the best support possible from your doctor can really pay dividends.


Do you have an example of a relationship with a doctor that improved or became helpful after you actively took steps to gain their support? OR...

Do you have a routine or strategy that you use to get the best out of your time with your doctors? You might share any unique ways that you found or helped to educate a doctor you find particularly supportive.

Alternatively, if this is an area you struggle with, what do you think you could do differently to make the time with your doctor most useful, regardless of his or her experience with migraine?

To answer, just reply to this email.

Reading Nook...

Here are some articles I've written on this topic:

- Practical Migraine Doctor Tips To Save You Time, Money And Energy

- Headache Doctor Appointments: How To Be More Effective

- Migraine Prescription Medication How To Get Your Best Results



That’s it for this month.

I'm so appreciative that you stay in touch and allow me into your inbox each month... do take care of yourself.

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


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Ways I Can Help Right Now...

#1. If you want to learn some techniques to help reduce stress, here's a link to my eBook: Migraine Management: How to Reduce Anxiety, Manage Pain and Prevent Attacks

#2. You can get a lot of free information in my Migraine Pain Management Course as module one is free. You can learn about the basics and how to get your best chance at aborting your next attack. What are you waiting for? It's FREE!

The contents of this email is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. This email does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your medical concerns and conditions.

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