Talk To Your Healthcare Provider About A Better Way To Treat Migraine

Fast-acting treatments may help make migraines less of a headache for many.

(NAPSI)—Contrary to popular belief, migraine is not just a bad headache. It’s a serious, often incapacitating, neurological disease.1  In addition to serious pain, migraine can also cause nausea or vomiting, as well as sensitivity to light, sounds and smell.2  Nearly 40 million people in the United States live with this debilitating health problem, but since not every migraine sufferer experiences migraine in the same way, finding the right treatment approach can be challenging.3,4  In fact, finding a fast-acting, easy-to-use treatment that does not aggravate migraine symptoms, such as nausea or vomiting, can feel like an uphill battle.  

Starting a dialogue with your healthcare provider is the first step in finding a migraine treatment that works for you. Here are some questions that might help set you on the right path to finding migraine relief.  

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