Migraine at Work
Jaime Sanders
Jaime Sanders
February 20, 2019
A migraine episode is tough to deal with anytime you will experience it, but can be even harder if you experience a migraine at work.

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What Does a Migraine Feel Like?

What Does a Migraine Feel Like?

What does a migraine feel like? Describing the pain in a way others understand can be difficult, especially when people question migraine’s validity.
by Barbara Leech on November 14, 2016
Migraines and Sleep

What’s the Link Between Migraine and Sleep Problems?

"Could poor sleep quality be causing your migraines?" Barbara discusses the possible link between migraines and sleep issues.
by Barbara Leech on October 3, 2016
Raising a Special Needs Child

Dealing With Migraine and Raising a Special Needs Child

"Motherhood is an all-encompassing job — it requires all of your time and attention." Jaime discusses migraine and raising a special needs child.
by Jaime Sanders on September 27, 2016
Ways to Cope With Anxiety and Migraines

Ways to Cope With Anxiety and Migraines

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.
by Eric Patterson and Sarah Rathsack on August 23, 2016
Migraine Light Sensitivity and How to Cope

Coping With Light as a Migraine Trigger and What to Do About It

Different types of light can be painful: fluorescents; computer, phone and TV screens; natural light. What can be done about migraine light sensitivity?
by Sarah Rathsack on June 29, 2016
Migraine Awareness

Why We Need to Raise Migraine Awareness

Despite facts about how migraine affects sufferers, there are still people who think it's just a headache — this is why we need to raise migraine awareness.
by Barbara Leech on May 31, 2016
Migraine Journal

Why You Should Keep a Migraine Journal

Keeping a migraine journal can provide a wealth of information to both you and your doctor, ultimately leading to more effective treatment.
by Sarah Rathsack on May 10, 2016
Events With Migraine

Surviving (and Enjoying) Events With Migraine

Celebrations should be memorable for all the right reasons, not for a migraine stealing the moment from you. Here's how to survive events with migraine.
by Barbara Leech on April 26, 2016
Finding Friends With Migraine

Finding Friends With Migraine

Finding friends with migraine, whether online or through a support group, can help you cope while socializing with people going through similar experiences.
by Barbara Leech on March 15, 2016
Infographic migraine spoon theory infographic

Migraine and the Spoon Theory

If you live with chronic illness, explaining your condition can be tough. The spoon theory was created to do just that, and has since become so much more.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on March 7, 2016