Women suffer from migraines up to three times more than men, and more than once they receive dismissive treatment and insulting reactions from the environment and from those who do not understand the phenomenon. Paula Rosenberg shares with us about life alongside migraines. On the pain, frustration, effects and consequences, and on dealing with the disease.
“Migraine is no longer a headache, it is a neurological disease that causes a great deal of suffering and costs a considerable amount of daily life,” and adds, “”Migraine is a medical condition that has a treatment, do not give up on yourself, go out and look for the most suitable treatment for you.”
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