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Guest blog by Ashley S. Hattle. You can view this and other posts on her cluster headache blog. You know you have cluster headaches. It may have taken months or years, but you finally have an official diagnosis. Hopefully, your neurologist or headache specialist already wrote...

With spring comes warmer weather, rain showers, fresh flowers and the dreaded seasonal allergy symptoms. Frequent sneezing and itchy eyes are common this time of year, and some people may even experience intensified or continual migraine. It’s important to know, however, whether or not ongoing...

There are a seemingly endless amount of headache triggers in the workplace. While simple lifestyle changes can do wonders in preventing these occurrences, you may also need to do a bit of planning ahead. Here are some tips to help strategize and manage headaches during...

Join the National Headache Foundation as we take part in #leakweek, March 4 - 10, 2018. Hosted by the Spinal CSF Leak Foundation, the week-long initiative seeks to shine a light on this often disabling disease, as well help and inform undiagnosed patients. #leakweek 2018 because your...

The flu season is at its peak, and more and more people are becoming susceptible to the contagious virus. With this year’s intense new strain and shortage of effective vaccines, preventing the flu is crucial, especially for those who experience chronic migraine. However, for those...

Individuals with migraine may be at an increased risk for heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, and irregular heart rates, according to a recent study. Although the connection of migraine to the risk of heart problems is strongest in the first year after diagnosis, it can last for as long as 20 years. “Accumulating evidence supports that migraine should be considered as an important risk factor for most cardiovascular diseases in both men and women,” lead researcher Kasper Adelborg, MD told HealthDay.
It may not be a surprise to you that the wait for appropriate headache care can be long and frustrating. For every 76,000 individuals with migraine, there is approximately one certified headache specialist.