Migraine Patient Toolkit: Living Well with Migraine


Published 9/16/20
migraine wellness toolkit

Living well with migraine is possible.

Wellness involves the active pursuit of activities, choices, and lifestyles that contribute to a state of overall health and wellbeing. Combining medical treatments with wellness strategies can help people with migraine improve their quality of life and feel more in control of their disease.

SWHR’s toolkit helps people with migraine pursue wellness.

Patients can find information that will help them integrate wellness practices into their daily life. The toolkit offers a starting point for the journey toward living well with migraine.

Last Reviewed June 2022

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What’s in the Toolkit?

You can download the entire Living Well with Migraine Toolkit above or download these individual toolkit pieces:

Wellness and Migraine

Physical Wellness

Environmental Wellness

Social Wellness

Work Wellness

Emotional Wellness

Intellectual Wellness

Finding a Behavioral Health Professional

If Your Loved One Has Migraine

Glossary of Terms

Toolkit Part One

Migraine Patient Toolkit: A Guide to Your Care

SWHR’s toolkit is designed to help patients navigate their care with easy-to-understand information about migraine diagnosis and treatment, as well as tips on interacting with health care providers and health insurance companies to achieve the best possible outcomes.

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This toolkit is a project of SWHR’s Interdisciplinary Network on Migraine, a diverse group of researchers, health care providers, patients, and health care opinion leaders working to educate and engage society about the burden of migraine.

This document is intended to serve as an educational and informative resource and is not intended or implied to serve as a substitute for medical or professional advice. The Society for Women’s Health Research does not make medical, diagnosis, or treatment recommendations, nor does it endorse or promote specific screening or diagnostic tests. Patients and consumers should confirm information and consult a professional health care provider to determine individual needs. The Society will not be liable for any direct, indirect, or other damages arising therefrom.

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