The 2020 Online Migraine World Summit Announced

I am excited to share the following information about the 2020 Migraine World Summit. Educating myself about the impact of migraine disease on my life is crucial to my continued improvement and management of this chronic condition. If this interests you and you’d like to learn more, please read the information below and sign-up for this free patient education event.

The largest patient event in the world for migraine and headache disorders returns this March 18-26.

The 5th annual Migraine World Summit brings together 32 experts, including doctors and specialists, to share new treatments, research, and strategies to help you improve your migraine and chronic headache.

The event is held online which means you can watch it from the privacy and comfort of your own home.

WHY WATCH?

  1. World-Leading Experts: At the Migraine World Summit, you’ll learn first-hand from 32 of the world’s top migraine and headache experts from leading institutions including Stanford University School of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, and the Jefferson Headache Center.
  2. Full Access: Many of these world-leading experts have long waiting lists and fees that are beyond what the average insurance policy would cover. Skip the waiting period and get straight into the room with these experts.
  3. Free: The event is free to watch from March 18-26. Each day four new interviews are available for 24 hours, after which they are replaced by the next day’s interviews. After March 26, transcripts and interview copies are available to purchase.

Register here for your FREE access

Join more than 100,000 new and returning attendees and tune to 32 NEW interviews to find the answers you need to help better manage migraine and chronic headache. Questions answered include:

  • How does migraine affect memory and cognitive abilities over time?
  • What is the best diet for migraine?
  • How can chronic migraine be managed?
  • What is the relationship between migraine and autoimmune or inflammatory diseases?
  • What new treatments are available or coming soon?
  • What new non-medicinal alternatives are now available?
  • is CBD a proven migraine treatment?
  • What advice do experienced patient advocates have to share?
  • How did someone win Olympic Gold while battling migraine?
  • Is migraine a genetic disorder?
  • How does trauma (physical or emotional) affect migraine?
  • Which celebrities also have migraine?
  • Is there a proven surgery for migraine?
  • What is mindfulness-based stress reduction?
  • Which supplements can help reduce migraine?

The virtual Migraine World Summit is free from March 18-26, 2020. Get complimentary access when you register today.

Register here for your FREE access

See you at the Migraine World Summit!

2020 Migraine World Summit

Save the date! The 9-day online Migraine World Summit will premiere from March 18 – 26, 2020.  Get your free ticket now!

2020 Migraine World Summit

Migraine Quicksand

So many things are upsetting about migraine disease including the pain, stigma, and disability. I’ve started noticing how often I lose chunks of time when I’m struggling. It feels as though I’m walking down a dirt road, complete with bumps, holes, and smooth spots, but during a migraine attack I find myself stuck in the loam. The same holds true for when my daughter struggles. Everything stops, and migraine sucks us into the quicksand at the side of the road. Unable to move forward we stop toiling until it lets up and we can crawl out to recover.

Once on solid ground we realize how much we’ve missed. Time with family, school and work commitments, and daily chores are all lost in time. Catching up and making up are just out of reach, somewhere in the fog that follows us through this part of our lives. The road is unstable, exhausting, and painful but is our road to walk. We keep trudging forward, enjoying the smooth spots along the way, and hoping for a more peaceful road. We have no other choice.