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Migraine and food leaflet launched

The Migraine Association of Ireland has launched a new migraine and diet leaflet to help food migraineurs to identify triggers and better manage their condition.

Is migraine sparked off by exercise?

The debilitating nature of migraine headaches prevents many sufferers from taking part in sport and exercise. However, a Norwegian study of 20,000 participants showed that inactive people have a higher risk of developing frequent headaches. Being overweight can also increase the likelihood of attacks.

Exam headache for migraineur students

More than 10 per cent of students suffer from migraine – a debilitating, neurological condition that can last up to three days.

Migraine seminar in Castlebar

International headache expert Ria Bhola will speak at the Migraine Association of Ireland’s information seminar in the TF Hotel, Castlebar on Tuesday February 9.

Are you over medicating?

Over 20,000 people in Connacht, including almost 5,000 in Mayo, could be suffering in silence due to a condition known as Medication Overuse Headache (MOH). MOH, which affects between one to four per cent of the population, is caused by the overuse of over-the-counter or prescribed medications to treat headache or migraine.

Migraine sufferers seek relief on Twitter

The Migraine Association has hopped on board the Twitter craze and will keep its profile updated with the latest news and research from the migraine world.

Migraine seminar for 13,000 Kilkenny migraineurs

Over 13,000 people in Kilkenny could be suffering from a debilitating, neurological condition – ranked, by the World Health Organisation, as one of the top 20 leading causes of disability worldwide … migraine.

Migraine Association to launch regional network in Kilkenny

With over 13,000 migraine sufferers in Kilkenny, the Migraine Association of Ireland [MAI] plan to hold a free migraine information evening in the city at the Kilford Arms Hotel, John Street on Monday, January 25, at 7.30pm.

 

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