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How To Take Charge of Your Migraines

by | December 12, 2019

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I often get asked about what migraines are and what we can do about them. I am therefore dedicating this newsletter to my fellow migraine warriors!

When I was 7 years old, I started getting these throbbing, unsettling headaches that would start just above my eyelid, and all I wanted to do is sit in my room, shut the door and put the blackout blinds down.

Even though I was in the dark, I was seeing lights. I sat on my bed for hours with severe nausea that eventually led me to throw up, finally feeling better. This all started shortly after a concussion.

While my migraines went away with time, throughout my medical training and practice, I have met many patients who have been severely disabled by these headaches.

Migraine headaches affect 12% of the US population and are up to 3 times more common in women than in men (up to 6% of men and up to 17% of women have them). The prevalence of migraines increases up until the age of 39.

In a group of women aged 30-39, close to 1 in 4 may have a migraine. Let’s talk about what migraines are and how to take charge of them!

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If you have a friend or a family member who suffers from migraines, feel free to share this and encourage them to talk to their doctor about the modalities mentioned in this article.

To Your Health!
Dr. Bojana

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