Sarah Rathsack is a mom, blogger, writer and preschool teacher committed to sharing her life with chronic migraines and being a mom. She has covered a range of migraine and health related topics along with lessons learned from being a mom and teacher of small children. Her positive attitude is seen even when discussing difficult topics and life events.
Sarah feels that a high quality of life is a top priority for her entire family. She encourages others to find knowledge, learn from experiences, feel happiness and search for health in all aspects of life. Her writing gives support and is a resource to finding balance.
She is a huge dog lover! Her golden retriever is a constant support with her chronic migraines and her comfort in a dark room when suffering. As a family they hike, play ball, eat and snuggle together.
As a stay at home mom and teacher she writes about lessons children teach her while reflecting on her own childhood. Being a full time mom, part time teacher and chronic migraine sufferer she values the small things in life and sleeps as much as she can.
Her biggest priority and support is her family. She is motivated to find ways to be healthier in order to enjoy life with her children and teach them the importance of feeling good. She focuses on healthy ways to keep everyone well and believes that health should not be taken for granted while beauty comes from within.
"Managing migraine pain is a complicated process — there are many options and no one-size-fits-all treatment," Sarah writes on migraine pain relief.
"As with medication, I have had to find what works specifically for me," Sarah writes about holistic migraine treatment. Read on to hear her suggestions!
It is a common misconception that a bad headache is a migraine. Sarah looks at migraine vs headache — how the two differ and how they're similar.
Migraineur Sarah shares her tips for coping with the holidays with migraine. Learn tips and tricks for avoiding triggers and staying healthy!
"To exercise or not, that is the question. Will it trigger a migraine or not is the next," Sarah writes on exercise and migraines, triggers, and motivation.
Anxiety and migraines go hand in hand when you constantly worry about when the next migraines will hit, where you'll be, and how bad it might become.
Have you tried the new drug patch Zecuity for migraine treatment? Sarah shares her first-hand experience with the controversial device.
Different types of light can be painful: fluorescents; computer, phone and TV screens; natural light. What can be done about migraine light sensitivity?
Keeping a migraine journal can provide a wealth of information to both you and your doctor, ultimately leading to more effective treatment.
Let’s face it — driving with migraine is inevitable. Luckily, there are ways to prepare that will ensure migraine pain is not inevitable.