Join the Campaign

Spread the word 

Share our MAW poster and leaflets with your local GP, Pharmacy, Library, Health Centre, Gym, Workplace... If you would like us to post hard copies email info@migraine.org.uk or call 08456 011 033


Shout about migraine

Mention, Like and Share #NotJustAHeadache and join us on Twitter and Facebook


Youth Migraine Chat
Share how migraine impacts your school/college/university life. How does it make you feel? Do you think that people understand?

 

Misdiagnosed? Misunderstood? Missing Out?

Migraine Awareness Week 2015

 

 

 

  

 

 

Download our young persons guide to migraine


Migraine Awareness Week Poster


Download this years Migraine Awareness Week Poster

         
 

The focus of Migraine Awareness Week (MAW), this year which takes place from Sunday 6th - Saturday 12th September, will be on young people. Migraine often starts in childhood and many affected by this debilitating condition continue to battle with it for the rest of their lives.

We are showcasing individuals stories of how migraine can impact your life. It is #NotJustAHeadache. If you have a story to share email us at info@migraine.org.uk. We would love to hear from you. 

 
 

How does migraine make you feel?

 
          

 

 

Migraine Action

                

Migraine Action

The first step in treating migraine is getting a correct diagnosis. Want to know more about migraine? 

Download our young person's guide

Get to know your migraine symptoms

Migraine Action

Many young people feel unsupported and excluded at school and work. For info on getting the right support, or supporting a young person with migraine, download our info booklets:

Parents  

School nurses 

Teachers 

Government guidance on supporting pupils

Migraine in the workplace  

Further info on managing migraine 


Migraine Action

Many feel that they are unable take part in social outings, further education, exams and so much more due to their migraine. But, we are not alone and do not have to suffer in silence!

Share your experiences of migraine in the Migraine Awarness Week Youth Migraine Chat 

Read Imogen's story 

Read Eddie's story