The biggest challenge has been finding a doctor who understood both #migraine and #clusterheadaches well enough to be an effective treatment partner.
There’s an art to managing multiple headache disorders. A good attitude is vital. Only when we take charge of our own health can Migraine and Cluster Headache symptoms began to improve.
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If I had it to do over again, I would not have stopped seeing the only doctor who has ever been able to know what was going on and how to treat it.
I purchased a bottle of doTerra’s Deep Blue. I generally avoid direct sales and never thought I would be recommending a product that is sold in this way.
An acronym representing my journey as a Health Activist. Dedicated to my friends at The Positive and Proactive Migraine Family.
You were witness to the early onset of Cluster Headache attacks. Doctors didn’t know how to help and the Emergency Room was even worse. I was frightened, thinking the attacks might kill me. Our children were small and just as scared. My husband stood by me, helpless to relieve my agony, angry that no one else could help either. You did nothing.
Most of what happens in life is out of our control. Some days are harder than others. The important thing is to avoid getting trapped by negative thinking.
The price I have paid in an effort to rid myself of these words has almost been too great. Some days even I wonder how I keep going with a good attitude.
I’m clumsy and uncoordinated. I trip over my own feet. I couldn’t catch a ball if it was thrown right at me. I sink like a rock in a tablespoon of water.