June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month. If you get migraines, we have resources to help you learn more.
Headaches can be triggered by many things, from allergies to hunger, so you may not even realize what causes yours.
More than 37 million people get migraine headaches, which can stand in the way of living a normal life.
If headaches are regularly disrupting your life, it’s time to talk to your doctor about them.
Genetics and family history play a role in why you get migraines.
Depression is a common coexisting condition for those with migraines.
Yawning, food cravings, and fatigue can be the earliest signs of a migraine.