Headache Diseases: Let’s Talk About the “H” in MHAM

types of headache

Let’s discuss the H in MHAM: Headache Diseases. These are non-migraine diseases that members of our community deal with every day. While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it’s always important to remember that we are a diverse group of individuals that have a range symptoms and presentations even within the same disease…

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CMA Founder’s Personal Connection to Remembrance Day

Did it ever occur to you that you might get migraines from the level of energy it takes to maintain your dishonesty and delusion? This is an actual comment someone posted on Facebook in response to a disagreement about women being second-class citizens. By trying to insult me, he also insulted our mutual friend who…

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Supporting LGBTQ+ People with Migraine — Beyond PRIDE Month

LGBTQ+ People with Migraine

As we celebrate Migraine and Headache Awareness Month through June, it’s important to acknowledge another awareness campaign – Pride Month. People in marginalized communities face unique challenges in accessing quality healthcare, and people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer and/or questioning (LGBTQIA+) are no exception. In the chronic illness community, we know…

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3 Tips To Manage Migraine at Work

The migraine and headache community recognizes “Headache at Work Day” on June 1 to raise awareness for the need for employer accommodations for people living and working with migraine disease and headache disorders. I have had episodic migraine since my teenage years, which turned chronic after having kids. I was a lawyer then, and I…

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