Bookings open for Clare, Managing your Migraine Seminar
Bookings are now open for our free, Managing your Migraine, public information seminar in Ennis, Co.Clare on the evening of the 24th January.
This FREE seminar will help people living with migraine learn more about the condition and understand how to better manage and minimise their migraine attacks.
The programme will include a presentation from one of Ireland’s leading migraine experts, Ethna Mitten, Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Cork Migraine Clinic. There will be ample opportunity to ask questions of the speaker and meet other migraine sufferers. You will also learn more about the work of The Migraine Association and be able to speak to our staff in attendance on the night.
Topics covered include:
- What is a migraine?
- What triggers migraines and how to understand and identify your triggers.
- Most common and effective acute and preventative medications for migraine.
- Effective treatments and complementary therapies for migraines.
- Can lifestyle and dietary adaptations help minimise your migraine attacks?
Many chronic migraine sufferers often turn to over the counter medications to deal with their daily pain and unfortunately that exacerbates the condition and can give rise to Medication Overuse Headache. These headaches are characterised by a near constant low-intensity pain and it only presents in people who have migraine. Many patients currently presenting at specialist migraine clinics are actually suffering from Medication Overuse Headache and this condition can be avoided by better patient understanding and management of their condition.
The seminar takes place in the Hotel Woodstock, Ennis, Co. Clare on the 24th January 2018, 7-9 p.m. It is FREE to attend but places are limited so please register on Eventbrite.ie or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 8941280 to reserve a place.
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