People in pain often have a tough time telling others how they can help them, and showing kindness when they feel awful. Yet Shaunti Feldhahn, a top relationship expert and researcher, says that showing and receiving kindness can actually make us healthier and happier.
You may be battling a systemic, hidden stigma in women's health that affects the quality of care you receive. Author Maya Dusenbery wrote a hard-hitting expose that reveals how modern medicine is systematically failing women today. Today's podcast addresses hidden sexism in the healthcare system.
Each day, nearly a third of all employees struggle to be productive while working through the pain. It’s a challenge for employer and employee that can take the promise out of a great career and affect the organization’s bottom line. Pain advocate Paul Gileno offers insightful tips to retain talent and keep your job.
It's not the "bad headache" people think it is. Filmmakers Joanna Styron and Jacki Ochs reshape cultural perceptions about migraine at the "Out of My Head" premiere this month. Doctors, celebrities, caregivers, veterans and other migraine warriors share their often surprising experiences.
The healthcare system can be confusing, inefficient, expensive, and sometimes dangerous. Navigating the system can be as time-consuming as a second job. To get the best possible healthcare for migraine, insights from an industry insider can save you time, money and pain this year.
What a migraine feels like isn't that easy to describe. Words like agonizing, disabling, overwhelming, painful, or even surreal, might come to mind. One of America's leading poets shares his migraine experience. Immerse yourself in the beauty of his poetry, and see if his migraine feeling is anything like your own.
Although lifestyle changes can help reduce migraine frequency, the ability to make healthier choices isn't easy. Author Jenni Grover wrote the book on living "as well as possible" despite frequent pain. She shares her secrets on breaking bad habits and creating new ones to help you thrive in life, love and work.
Food expert and author of The Migraine Relief Plan Stephanie Weaver MPH examines many of our assumptions about food and migraine that simply aren’t based on evidence. She offers encouragement to anyone interested in eating right for migraines on how to choose foods that can reduce painful attacks.
Jenette Fulda, author of "Chocolate and Vicodin," tried everything to deal with her headache, and found humor to be surprisingly therapeutic for coping with daily pain. She's tried to live the best life possible until she found what she calls, "Semi-wellness." It's an encouraging conversation if you're in chronic pain.
Changing weather is among the top Migraine triggers. Monitoring weather patterns and tuning into a headache forecast can help prevent headaches and migraine attacks. Meteorologist Alexandra Steele explains which weather patterns and regions are riskiest for people with Migraine or frequent headache pain.
There are many types of migraine. Author of four books, including All in My Head: An Epic Quest to Cure an Unrelenting, Totally Unreasonable, and Only Slightly Enlightening Headache, Paula Kamen was diagnosed with NPDH. With witty humor and solid research, Paula Kamen offers voice and hope to fellow travelers on the migraine journey.