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More Than a Headache: The Economic Impact of Migraines

Migraine is a neurological condition that affects 12 to 15 percent of the entire world’s population. In the United States alone, it is estimated that every 10 seconds, someone seeks emergency care for a severe headache. Migraine is the most common diagnosis after a headache-related emergency visit. Even though migraines aren’t as publicized or talked about as other conditions, this disorder is more prevalent than asthma, diabetes, and epilepsy combined. As is the case with other disabling conditions, the economic...
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[Study] Migraines May Not Negatively Affect the Brain

While some previously published studies have suggested that migraines with auras may increase the risk of stroke and seemingly harmless brain lesions, it was undetermined if migraines increased the risk of dementia or cognitive function. An online study published by the British Medical Journal, stated that researchers from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that migraine sufferers did not have a greater risk for cognitive decline than non-migraine sufferers. If this study is correct, and is supported by future studies...
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June is ‘Migraine Awareness Month’ – Give a Migraine Sufferer Hope

June is ‘Migraine Awareness Month’ – Give a Migraine Sufferer Hope for a New Life Without Migraines Today! If MigreLief gave you back your life… Pay it forward. We consistently receive letters of gratitude and inquiries from past sufferers asking how they can help with our mission to stop the suffering of migraines worldwide. If MigreLief made a difference in your life, tell another migraineur of this natural alternative to suffering a lifetime of pain or simply share this post...
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Magnesium for Migraines-Is it Enough?

MAGNESIUM FOR MIGRAINES – IS IT ENOUGH? Numerous studies support the use of magnesium as a supplement for preventing migraine headaches. In fact, yet another study just published in the Journal Neurosciences found that serum levels of magnesium were substantially lower in migraine sufferers than in the general population of people who didn’t get migraines. In fact, the researchers found that as serum levels of magnesium decreased the frequency of migraine attacks significantly increased. Magnesium supplementation in the correct forms...
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