• Aging and Migraine…

    WORLD MIGRAINE SUMMIT – DAY 1 Each day of the World Migraine Summit I will be picking one of the day’s topics and giving a small review. This was an interesting topic and Dr. Allan Purdy; Professor of Neurology, Dalhousie University, Canada gave an amazing talk about aging with migraine. The discussion was based around how Migraine can change as you enter each season of life. I found it very interesting that migraine hits its hardest during what is supposed to be your most productive years…the thirties, forties and fifties. He talked about how hormones can effect the severity of migraine but was also very careful to remind that men…

  • Migraine, myth busters

    Myth Busters: Migraine Edition

    I have picked out 5 myths about migraine and will explain why they are not true. It isn’t possible to have a migraine everyday – If a migraine attack occurs at least 15 days a month for 3 months or more then it is called Chronic Migraine. Episodic Migraine is the type of Migraine that occurs for less than 15 days a month. So, yes, it is possible to have daily migraine attacks. Migraine is just a bad headache – Migraine is a neurological disease that is characterised by a severe throbbing pain in one side of the head along with other symptoms such as nausea or vomiting. A headache…