Jun 08
Making Sense of Your Migraine
Whether you are a parent, teacher, coach, spouse or migraine sufferer, “Making Sense of Migraines” will help you and those you care about. According to the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention Study as many as 38-39 million people, out of the US population of 321 million, suffer from migraine headaches. 

On this show, Dr. Dawn Buse, Director of Behavioral Medicine at the Montefiore Headache Center, NY and one of the world’s leading experts on migraine, severe headache and chronic pain, opens the door to understanding the painful, incapacitating, and often invisible struggle with migraine headaches.

In the back and forth with host, Dr. Suzanne Phillips, Dr. Buse discusses prevalence, genetic predisposition, gender differences, common and unexpected triggers, apps for logging information and the latest in prevention and treatment options, both pharmacological and behavioral. The information you will hear is invaluable. It will expand your optimism about treatment and self-care.

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