The internet is filled with information about migraines and how to beat them, but much of it is incomplete or misleading. The latest research can be difficult to understand, and terms often go undefined for the layperson reading them. Doctors want to help, but are constrained to 15-minute appointments that are too short to dive deep.
And migraine sufferers must navigate all this, often while experiencing debilitating pain.
The Beginner’s Guide to Migraines is the first book everyone should read after getting a migraine diagnosis or their first attack. In easy-to-understand language, author Christina Hendrickson explains basic definitions of terms, common triggers, and how to be proactive in working with one’s medical care team. She also shares practical ways to address unsolicited advice, and how to find support from other migraineurs.
This short book is meant to eliminate months of hit-or-miss research, and help readers get on the path of taking back control of their lives and health.
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Christina Hendrickson is a content marketing writer living in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two troublemaking cats.