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Show Purple for Migraine Awareness Month

Migraine awareness month is June and people all over are showing their support with purple and learning more about that vascular headaches that all too many people are familiar with.

Migraines are suffered worldwide by an estimated one billion people, according to WebProNews. Women are three times more likely to experience migraine headaches than men.

Migraines are described as extremely painful and throbbing headaches which are sometimes accompanied by light sensitivity, nausea, and vomiting. Some people experience warning signs before their migraines such as restlessness, increased appetite, or tension. Sometimes a migraine can last for hours leaving a person unable to live life normally.

Migraines are a neurological disorder and no one knows exactly what causes them.  They can be triggered by numerous different things and vary from person to person. 

The National Headache Foundation is a leader in providing educational information about migraines and other headaches to those who suffer from them, professionals who research them, and those who make health policies regarding headaches of all kinds.

The foundation wants people to show purple to show their support to let others know that they are not alone. It also strives to promote advocacy, education, and research in order to facilitate a world without headaches. "A World Without Headache" is the National Headache Foundation's theme for June 2014. The hope is that one day, through clinical research and advancements in medicine, that migraine headaches could be a thing of the past. Until then, people will continue to suffer around the world from migraines.

Article From: www.inquisitr.com

 

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Wednesday, 28 June 2017