SWHR Migraine Patient Toolkits

Guides & Toolkits

Published 9/16/20

Migraine is a disabling neurological disease that is three times more common in women than men and places significant burden on women, their families, and society as a whole.

Working with our Migraine Network, SWHR has created two Migraine Patient Toolkits to assist people with migraine in navigating their care and achieving wellness.

Migrain Patient Toolkit A Guide For Your Care
Living Well With Migraine Toolkit

Migraine Patient Toolkit: A Guide to Your Care

This resource provides useful information about migraine diagnosis and treatment options, as well as tips on interacting with health care providers and health insurance companies to achieve the best possible outcomes.

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Migraine Patient Toolkit: Living Well With Migraine

Combining medical treatments with wellness strategies can help people with migraine improve their quality of life and feel more in control of their disease. In this toolkit, patients can find information that will help them integrate wellness practices into their daily life.

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