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         Migraine:     more books (100)
  1. The Migraine Brain: Your Breakthrough Guide to Fewer Headaches, Better Health by Carolyn Bernstein, Elaine McArdle, 2009-11-24
  2. Migraine by Oliver Sacks, 1999-10-05
  3. Living Well with Migraine Disease and Headaches: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know by Teri Robert, 2005-11-01
  4. Trigger Point Therapy for Headaches & Migraines: Your Self-Treatment Workbook for Pain Relief by Valerie Delaune, 2008-04-03
  5. The Keeler Migraine Method: A Groundbreaking, Individualized Treatment Program from the RenownedHeadache Clinic by Robert Cowan, 2008-11-13
  6. The Magnesium Solution for Migraine Headaches by Jay S. Cohen, 2004-09
  7. 10 Simple Solutions to Migraines: Recognize Triggers, Control Symptoms, And Reclaim Your Life (10 Simple Series) by Dawn N., M.D. Marcus, Dawn A. Marcus, 2006-05-03
  8. Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes: A Simple Guide to Using Enzymes to Treat Everything from Digestive Problems and Allergies to Migraines and Arthritis by Tom Bohager, 2009-07-01
  9. Migraines Be Gone: 7 Simple Steps to Eliminating Your Migraines Forever by Kelsie, Kenefick, 2006-05-01
  10. The Woman's Migraine Toolkit: Managing Your Headaches from Puberty to Menopause (A DiaMedica Guide to Optimum Wellness) by Dawn Marcus, Philip Bain, 2011-01-11
  11. Conquering Your Migraine: The Essential Guide to Understanding and Treating Migraines for all Sufferers and Their Families by Seymour Diamond, 2001-04-03
  12. Overcoming Headaches and Migraines: Clinically Proven Cure for Chronic Pain by Lisa Morrone, 2008-08-01
  13. Migraine and Other Headaches (Aan Press Quality of Life Guide) by M.D. William B. Young, M.D. Stephen D. Silberstein, 2004-05-10
  14. A Brain Wider Than the Sky: A Migraine Diary by Andrew Levy, 2009-05-26

1. The Migraine Action Association Homepage
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2. Migraine Awareness Group MAGNUM
migraine disease and migraine headache information including treatment; news;migraine myths; advice on medications; migraine as a disability; and other
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The National Migraine Association
igraine A wareness G roup: A N ational U nderstanding for M igraineurs, was created to bring public awareness utilizing the electronic, print and artistic mediums, to the fact that Migraine is a true biologic neurological disease, to assist Migraine sufferers, their families, and coworkers, and to help improve the quality of life of Migraine sufferers worldwide. Click the link below to read more of MAGNUM's Mission Statement, or scroll down to view the rest of our HomePage. More...
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MAGNUM, The National Migraine Association, welcomes you to their site. Magnum's Web site is the most comprehensive and up-to-date Web site about Migraine disease available on the Internet. Here we focus on the serious nature of Migraine, as well as headache and head-pain issues. For a brief tour of what awaits you inside, here is Alice to show you though the cyber looking glass some of what you will find to help you understand this major public health issue-
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3. Migraine Headaches - Neurologychannel
migraine headaches can be a throbbing or pulsating headache that is often unilateral (one sided) and associated with nausea; vomiting; sensitivity to light, sound, and smells; sleep disruption;
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Botulinum Toxin Therapy Epidural Injection Trigger Point Injection Vagus Nerve Stimulation RESOURCES neurologychannelMD Clinical Trials Links MDLocator ... What Is a Neurologist? Videos ABOUT US Pressroom Testimonials print this ... email this Overview A migraine is a throbbing or pulsating headache that is often one sided (unilateral) and associated with nausea; vomiting; sensitivity to light, sound, and smells; sleep disruption; and depression. Attacks are often recurrent and tend to become less severe as the migraine sufferer ages. Types Migraines are classified according to the symptoms they produce. The two most common types are migraine with aura and migraine without aura . Less common types include the following: Incidence and Prevalence Migraines afflict about 24 million people in the United States. They may occur at any age, but usually begin between the ages of 10 and 40 and diminish after age 50. Some people experience several migraines a month, while others have only a few migraines throughout their lifetime. Approximately 75% of migraine sufferers are women.

4. The Migraine Trust - Welcome Page
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Welcome to The Migraine Trust The Migraine Trust is the UK’s leading medical research and patient support charity for the condition. The Trust is committed to supporting sufferers and their families by funding and promoting research, improving diagnosis and treatment, providing information and advice, and raising awareness of migraine as a significant public health problem. Through our support networks, literature and publications, research grants and conferences, innovative training and national awareness campaigns, we strive to give all of those with an interest in migraine access to the support, understanding and information they need. Select one of our keys areas
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5. The Migraine Relief Center
is a prescription medicine for the acute treatment of migraine attacks, with or without aura, in adults I am currently using IMITREX. Understanding migraine Talking to Your Doctor
IMITREX is a prescription medicine for the acute treatment of migraine attacks, with or without aura, in adults. You should not take IMITREX if you have certain types of heart disease, a history of stroke or TIAs, peripheral vascular disease, Raynaud syndrome, or blood pressure that is uncontrolled. If you have risk factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or are a smoker, you should be evaluated by your doctor before taking IMITREX. Very rarely, certain people, even some without heart disease, have had serious heart-related problems when taking IMITREX.
If you are currently taking other medications or if you are pregnant, nursing, or thinking about becoming pregnant, you should talk to your doctor before taking IMITREX. If your headaches are not migraines, IMITREX is not for you. I wonder if I have Migraines. I have been diagnosed with Migraines. I am currently using IMITREX.
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6. Migraine Headache
Basic migraine headache information from the McKinley Health Center at the University of Illinois.
Migraine Headache A migraine is a very bad headache that tends to recur. With a migraine, you may feel nauseated and might vomit. The pain is usually on one side of your head and you may be very sensitive to bright lights and noises. Moving around can make the headache feel worse. There are many forms of migraine headaches. Classic and common are the two major varieties. SYMPTOMS OF A MIGRAINE
The basic difference between the two types of migraine is the appearance of an "aura." The aura is the occurrence of neurological symptoms 10-30 minutes before the classic migraine attack. You may see flashing lights, zigzag lines or may temporarily lose vision. Other symptoms of classic migraine include speech difficulty, confusion, weakness of an arm or leg and tingling of face or hands. The pain of a classic migraine headache is described as an intense throbbing or pounding felt in the forehead/temple, ear/jaw or around the eyes. Classic migraine starts on one side of the head but may eventually spread to the other side. An attack may last one to two pain-racked days. The common migraine - a term that reflects the disorder's more frequent occurrence in the general population - is not preceded by an aura. Some people do experience a variety of vague symptoms before common migraines - mental fuzziness, mood changes, fatigue, and unusual retention of fluid. During the headache phase of a common migraine, you may have abdominal pain and diarrhea, increased urination, nausea and vomiting. Both classic and common migraines can strike as often as several times a week or rarely as once every few years.

7. MedlinePlus: Migraine
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8. Headache And Migraine Information
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9. Migraine Designs
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Another Template Challenge entry. As you may have noticed, I like jam-packed, highly cluttered designs, so for me to try and intpret environmental whitespace truly was a template challenge.

10. Patient Resources Migraine
Lymphomas. Melanoma. Menopause. migraine. Multiple Sclerosis. Mycoses. Nephrology Other American Academy of Neurology (AAN) migraine Brochure. American Council for Headache Education

11. Migraine - Headache Resource Center -
Comprehensive site with medical news, information and articles, links, message boards, books, and more on headaches and migraines. ('','newWindow','height=118,width=258,top=230,left=250,scrollbars=0,resizable=no,status=0') Search Site: Search Web: Migraine-Headache Resource Center New Books on Migraine - Headaches
Find new book releases, featured titles, and reviews about books on Migraines/Headaches at our Amazon affiliate bookstore, Heading Off Migraine Pain
Learn how to recognize the early warning signs of oncoming migraines and take effective action to control and ward off pain. Migraine - Headache Resources Online
Looking for an organization, support group, chat room, information site, book, or research on your illness? Browse our directory for links to the web's best resources. Resource Centers Select - Home AIDS Allergies Alzheimer's Disease Anxiety/Panic Disorders Arthritis Breast Cancer Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Crohn's Disease Cystic Fibrosis Depression Diabetes Epilepsy Fibromyalgia GERD (Acid Reflux) Headaches Heartburn Hepatitis Irritable Bowel Syndrome Lupus Lyme Disease Migraines Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Disease Prostate Cancer More Conditions/Diseases Community Forums Select - Forum Home AIDS Allergies Alzheimer's Disease Anxiety/Panic Disorders Arthritis Breast Cancer Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Crohn's Disease Cystic Fibrosis Depression Diabetes Epilepsy Fibromyalgia GERD (Acid Reflux) Headaches Heartburn Hepatitis Irritable Bowel Syndrome Lupus Lyme Disease Migraines Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Disease

12. Ronda's Migraine Page
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13. NHG-Patiëntenbrief: Hoofdpijn: Migraine
Pati«ntenbrief van het Nederlands Huisartsen Genootschap.
Versiedatum: februari 2000
Deze patiëntenbrief is oorspronkelijk bedoeld als ondersteuning van het consult door de huisarts. De huisarts geeft de brief mee aan patiënten met de betreffende ziekte of aandoening. De tekst gaat ervan uit dat de patiënt al door de huisarts is gezien en dat de informatie uit de brief is besproken.
De adviezen in de brief gelden alleen voor mensen bij wie de diagnose is gesteld. De informatie dient niet als vervanging van een consult door de huisarts. Bedenk bij het lezen dat uw gezondheidssituatie anders kan zijn als in de teksten wordt beschreven.

Wat is migraine?
Migraine is hoofdpijn die in aanvallen komt. De hoofdpijn komt plotseling op, soms midden in de nacht zodat u er wakker van wordt. De pijn zit aan één of beide zijden van uw hoofd. De pijn is hevig of bonzend, maar kan geen kwaad. Door inspanning wordt de pijn erger. De aanval gaat vaak gepaard met misselijkheid en overgeven. Fel licht en hard geluid worden slecht verdragen. Een halfuur tot een uur voor de aanval kunt u soms schitteringen, flitsen of golvende beelden zien. Sommigen voelen tintelingen aan één kant van het lichaam. Een aanval kan 4 tot 72 uur duren, maar is meestal binnen één dag over. Sommigen hebben slechts af en toe een migraineaanval. Anderen hebben er regelmatig last van.
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14. Medinfo: Migraine
Medinfo s patient information on migraine, a form of headache which is severe andusually one sided, frequently associated with nausea and vomiting. migraine.
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Migraine is a form of headache which is severe and usually one sided, frequently associated with nausea and vomiting. This is sometimes preceded by warning symptoms which usually affect the eyesight and are known as an "aura".
People sometimes feel not quite right prior to a migraine eg depressed, unusually happy or hungry, and in addition may suffer from visual changes eg flashing, zig-zag lines, or a blind spot. Sometimes the symptoms are even more extreme. The headache is usually one sided although it is not invariably the same side. Quite quickly nausea and vomiting may follow. The bowels may also be affected and in children sometimes there is no headache but abdominal pain instead.
Each person is different but there are some "trigger" factors which are commonly involved:
  • tiredness
  • physical exhaustion
  • stress
  • climatic change
  • hormones, eg the "time of the month" in women
  • foods, eg caffeine, cheeses, chocolate, red wine
Treatment and prevention
  • Note down your attacks in a diary and try to spot any common triggering factors, and avoid them if possible.

15. Patient Resources : Migraine
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16. Welkom Op De Migrainepagina
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17. Migraine Disease Treatment & Management
migraine is a biological disease that affects more than 30 million Americans. migraineis a neurological, and oftentimes hereditary, disease.
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Treatment Management Interactive ... Clinical Trials Migraine is a biological disease that affects more than 30 million Americans. With better diagnosis and with reporting of this disease on the rise, an almost 60 percent increase in prevalence of Migraine over the past decade has been noted. Migraine is a neurological, and oftentimes hereditary, disease. Migraine is typically characterized by severe, recurring head pain, usually located on one side of the head and one or more of the following associated symptoms: nausea; vomiting; and increased sensitivity to light, sound and smell. Other associated symptoms may include lightheadedness, diarrhea and scalp tenderness. Migraine symptoms vary for each individual sufferer, making diagnosis the key to an effective treatment program complicated. Many breakthroughs regarding the biological and genetic causes of Migraine have been made in recent years. And while certain of the exact biological mechanisms are still being studied, it is known that Migraine is caused by neurological, not psychological, mechanisms. Hence, breakthroughs in treatment offer hope and relief for millions of people who suffer from the physical and emotional pain of migraine.

18. The Migraine Action Association Homepage
WHAT IS migraine ? migraine is the most common neurological conditionin the developed world. migraine is more than just a headache.
WHAT IS MIGRAINE ? Migraine is the most common neurological condition in the developed world. It affects 10% of the U.K. population and is more prevalent than diabetes, epilepsy and asthma combined. Migraine is more than just a headache. It can be a debilitating condition which has a considerable impact on the quality of life of sufferers and their families. Attacks can be completely disabling, forcing the sufferer to abandon everyday activities for up to 3 days. Even in symptom-free periods, sufferers may live in fear of the next attack. If you have two or more of the following symptoms during an attack it is probable that you are suffering from migraine
  • Neurological disturbances lasting around 15-60 minutes which normally occur before the headache begins; most commonly visual disturbances including blind spots, flashing lights or zig zag patterns; confusion, inability to concentrate, problems with articulation or co-ordination, or tingling, pins and needles or numbness on the affected side. These symptoms, known as aura are most often identified with migraine but in fact only about 10-15% of sufferers experience them. Migraine with aura was formerly known as classic migraine.

19. Migraine Health Center - - The First Name In Women's Health, Migra
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20. You No Longer Have To Suffer The Pain Of Migraine. Migraine Pain Relief In Just
Nasal drops or spray containing a topical anesthetic. Includes research information and a message board.
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  • Do you suffer from migraine pain?
    If you suffer from migraine pain, you owe it to yourself to try MIGRAINEFree nasal drops. Just imagine - PAIN FREE - in 60 seconds. This is not a cure but over 50% of those suffering from the pain of a migraine attack will experience RELIEF
  • What is it and how does it work?
    nasal drops contain a topical anesthetic which numbs the SPG (sphenopalatine ganglion, a bundle of nerves at the back of the nose) and thereby BLOCKS the "pain stimulii" coming from the area of the brain causing the migraine pain.
  • Relief with just a few drops?
    Proper application of the nasal drops is critical to achieving success with MIGRAINEFree nasal drops. Complete instructions come in every box. You will get a dropper bottle with 10 ml. of solution in it ready to use. The dose is 0.5 ml. (about 10 drops) gradually administered over 30 seconds as directed.
  • Amazing results!

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