The majority of people with Headache and Migraine are not diagnosed. Here’s where diagnosis can lead you
Millions of people are diagnosed with migraine and every case is different. So what’s your diagnosis? What’s my diagnosis? What does it mean to be diagnosed and how does that help? Here’s my non-medical opinion.
I have my Master’s degree in special education. It has been really helpful in understanding how the brain works and fails, diagnosis and treatment. I think an example that I can best use to describe the migraine spectrum is comparing Autism to Migraine. If you have ever met someone diagnosed with Autism, you understand that that person is an individual and like no one else. These individuals possess some similar factors that place them onto the Autism spectrum. Does every person with Autism look the same, act the same, react the same, learn the same way, and have the same health and reactions to treatment? The answer is an obvious no. Where one person may…
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