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Neuromodulation

Neuromodulation as a Treatment for Migraine The International Neuromodulation Society describes neuromodulation as... "technology that acts directly upon nerves. It is the alteration—or modulation—of nerve activity by delivering electrical...[read more]

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) What is TMS? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation involves the use of magnetic pulses delivered to the brain via a device which does not touch the skin or scalp. The magnetic pulses cause tiny electrical...[read more]

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About Us

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqwDjDT1kFE   The Migraine Association of Ireland is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 20030414 & CHY No. 11252) which has been operating since 1994. We are a membership-based...[read more]

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Migraine Diary advice and instructions

We suggest that you save the migraine diary file on your computer or print out enough now. The diary is set out for 31 days. Start by filling in the month on top of the page. When you get an attack, find the corresponding date and fill in the row...[read more]

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Migra-Zone

Thank you for your visit. Migra-Zone (our former website for teenagers)  has now been amalgamated with our new Migraine Association of Ireland website www.migraine.ie. You will find information relating to children and teenagers on the top...[read more]

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FAQs

How do I know if it’s migraine? Headache is just one symptom of migraine. As well as the headache, most sufferers will have nausea/vomiting and/or sensitivity to light, sound and smells. Migraine attacks last from 4 to 72 hours, where as a...[read more]

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Migraine Medications and Treatments

Migraine Medications and Treatments Migraine is not life threatening, but it can destroy the quality of your life. The first thing that you must recognise is that ultimately, migraine is your own responsibility. Your GP, Pharmacist, Practice nurse,...[read more]

About Us

Welcome to the website of The Migraine Association of Ireland. We are Ireland's only patient charity providing support, education, information and advice to people suffering from migraine and other headache disorders. We provide free educational...[read more]

Migraine
Cluster Headache

 Cluster Headache is a rare but very severe type of headache. It is 6 times more prevalent in men than in women and usually begins in the late twenties or early thirties. The pain is usually centred over one eye, one temple or the forehead. It can...[read more]

Migraine
Acute Treatments Cluster Headache

Oxygen Therapy Breathing in pure oxygen (100%) at a rate of between 10 to 15 litres per minute is relatively fast at providing pain relief in most sufferers. It should be inhaled continuously for 15 – 20 minutes using a non-re-breathing mask...[read more]

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Preventative Medication Cluster Headache

Preventives are taken daily for a period of six to twelve months and while they rarely actually prevent attacks altogether, their success rate of about 50-60% means that it is likely you will experience at least some benefit. The most common...[read more]

Migraine
Limerick Schools Migraine Project

  In January 2017 Tara O’Brien and Lauren Moran’s Project, Migraine: It’s Not Just a Headache, was selected to compete at the BT Young Scientists Exhibition. Tara and Lauren are second year students at Hazelwood College,...[read more]

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Surgery for Cluster Headache

Current surgical methods are only used among sufferers who have tried all of the available preventative and abortive treatments and are viewed as a last resort. The present surgical options for CH are ONSI - occipital nerve stimulator implant;...[read more]

Migraine
Types of Migraine

There are a number of different types of migraine, the most common being Migraine without Aura and Migraine with Aura. Other types of migraine include Basilar Migraine, Hemiplegic Migraine, Vestibular Migraine and Aura without...[read more]

Migraine Media and Podcasts

Migraine Media and Podcasts The MAI would like to acknowledge GSK's sponsorship of our media monitoring service. National Media Report 2017 Please contact communications@migraine.ie for any media enquiries Presentations: Here are some of...[read more]

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Other Treatment Options

If you have tried the pharmalogical end of things and have had little success, you can also look in other treatmetn options and/or complementary...[read more]

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Migraine in the Workplace

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Chronic (Refractory) Migraine

Chronic migraine is diagnosed if you have migraine on 15 or more days a month over a period of at least six months. As time passes, some people with migraine may begin to experience additional or almost daily headache. As the frequency increases,...[read more]

Migraine
Men and Migraine

As many of our male members know, migraines do occur in men. Though they are more common in women, an estimated 9% of men are regular sufferers. There is a common perception that migraines are a female only condition which can also cause men to...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Information Leaflets

What kind of Headache Living with Migraine Managing Migraine Migraine Trigger Factors   Migraine and Women Migraine in Men Migraine in the Workplace   Complementary Guide to Migraine Management Guide to...[read more]

Migraine
Privacy Policy/Disclaimer

PRIVACY POLICY Here at The Migraine Association of Ireland, we take privacy seriously. It is important that you know exactly what we do with the personal information that you and others provide us, why we gather it and what it means to you....[read more]

Migraine
Governance

Please note that all relevant links are highlighted The Migraine Association of Ireland is a registered charity  - Registered Charity Number is 20030414, CHY Number is 11252. The Migraine Association of Ireland (MAI) is committed to complying...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Triggers

Migraine triggers or trigger factors do not cause migraine but they can help to bring about an attack. It is thought that trigger factors are implicated in about 40% of attacks, so a good trigger-management strategy can be a very powerful tool in...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine in Women

Migraine in women is three times more common than migraine in men. Below is a list of pages examining the various hormonal influences on the...[read more]

Home

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Contact Us

Migraine Association of Ireland Unit 14, Block 5, Port Tunnel Business Park, Clonshaugh, Dublin D17 WK24 Tel: +353 1 8941280 / +353 1...[read more]

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Migraine
What is Migraine?

Migraine is a complex neurological condition which is classified by the World Health Organisation as the 7th most disabling disease worldwide, the 4th for women. Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. Vos et al. The Lancet, Volume 386, Issue 9995,...[read more]

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Migraine
Neuromodulation

Neuromodulation as a Treatment for Migraine The International Neuromodulation Society describes neuromodulation as... "technology that acts directly upon nerves. It is the alteration—or modulation—of nerve activity by delivering electrical...[read more]

Migraine
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) What is TMS? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation involves the use of magnetic pulses delivered to the brain via a device which does not touch the skin or scalp. The magnetic pulses cause tiny electrical...[read more]

Migraine
About Us

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqwDjDT1kFE   The Migraine Association of Ireland is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 20030414 & CHY No. 11252) which has been operating since 1994. We are a membership-based...[read more]

Migraine
Test Payments

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Migraine
Vitamins and Minerals in Migraine Management

Vitamins and Minerals in Migraine Management Esther Tomkins, Clinical Nurse specialist and Medical Advisor to the MAI *Please note that people considering these options should discuss the matter first with their GP/neurologist and pharmacist....[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Diary advice and instructions

We suggest that you save the migraine diary file on your computer or print out enough now. The diary is set out for 31 days. Start by filling in the month on top of the page. When you get an attack, find the corresponding date and fill in the row...[read more]

Migraine
Cart

...[read more]

Migraine
Checkout

...[read more]

Migraine
My Account

...[read more]

Migraine
test podcast

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Migraine
Donations

...[read more]

Migraine
Migra-Zone

Thank you for your visit. Migra-Zone (our former website for teenagers)  has now been amalgamated with our new Migraine Association of Ireland website www.migraine.ie. You will find information relating to children and teenagers on the top...[read more]

Migraine
FAQs

How do I know if it’s migraine? Headache is just one symptom of migraine. As well as the headache, most sufferers will have nausea/vomiting and/or sensitivity to light, sound and smells. Migraine attacks last from 4 to 72 hours, where as a...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Medications and Treatments

Migraine Medications and Treatments Migraine is not life threatening, but it can destroy the quality of your life. The first thing that you must recognise is that ultimately, migraine is your own responsibility. Your GP, Pharmacist, Practice nurse,...[read more]

About Us

Welcome to the website of The Migraine Association of Ireland. We are Ireland's only patient charity providing support, education, information and advice to people suffering from migraine and other headache disorders. We provide free educational...[read more]

Migraine
Cluster Headache

 Cluster Headache is a rare but very severe type of headache. It is 6 times more prevalent in men than in women and usually begins in the late twenties or early thirties. The pain is usually centred over one eye, one temple or the forehead. It can...[read more]

Migraine
Acute Treatments Cluster Headache

Oxygen Therapy Breathing in pure oxygen (100%) at a rate of between 10 to 15 litres per minute is relatively fast at providing pain relief in most sufferers. It should be inhaled continuously for 15 – 20 minutes using a non-re-breathing mask...[read more]

Migraine
Preventative Medication Cluster Headache

Preventives are taken daily for a period of six to twelve months and while they rarely actually prevent attacks altogether, their success rate of about 50-60% means that it is likely you will experience at least some benefit. The most common...[read more]

Migraine
Limerick Schools Migraine Project

  In January 2017 Tara O’Brien and Lauren Moran’s Project, Migraine: It’s Not Just a Headache, was selected to compete at the BT Young Scientists Exhibition. Tara and Lauren are second year students at Hazelwood College,...[read more]

Migraine
For Children

...[read more]

Migraine
Surgery for Cluster Headache

Current surgical methods are only used among sufferers who have tried all of the available preventative and abortive treatments and are viewed as a last resort. The present surgical options for CH are ONSI - occipital nerve stimulator implant;...[read more]

Migraine
Types of Migraine

There are a number of different types of migraine, the most common being Migraine without Aura and Migraine with Aura. Other types of migraine include Basilar Migraine, Hemiplegic Migraine, Vestibular Migraine and Aura without...[read more]

Migraine Media and Podcasts

Migraine Media and Podcasts The MAI would like to acknowledge GSK's sponsorship of our media monitoring service. National Media Report 2017 Please contact communications@migraine.ie for any media enquiries Presentations: Here are some of...[read more]

Migraine
Other Treatment Options

If you have tried the pharmalogical end of things and have had little success, you can also look in other treatmetn options and/or complementary...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine in the Workplace

Migraine in the Workplace UNDERSTANDING MIGRAINE Migraine is a real medical condition - just like diabetes, epilepsy or asthma It is not 'just a headache' Migraine has been found to have a greater impact on quality of life than...[read more]

Migraine
Ask the Doctor

Do you have a question? Ask the doctor and he will email you an...[read more]

Migraine in Men

...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine in Children & Teenagers

...[read more]

Migraine
Chronic (Refractory) Migraine

Chronic migraine is diagnosed if you have migraine on 15 or more days a month over a period of at least six months. As time passes, some people with migraine may begin to experience additional or almost daily headache. As the frequency increases,...[read more]

Migraine
Men and Migraine

As many of our male members know, migraines do occur in men. Though they are more common in women, an estimated 9% of men are regular sufferers. There is a common perception that migraines are a female only condition which can also cause men to...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Information Leaflets

What kind of Headache Living with Migraine Managing Migraine Migraine Trigger Factors   Migraine and Women Migraine in Men Migraine in the Workplace   Complementary Guide to Migraine Management Guide to...[read more]

Migraine
Privacy Policy/Disclaimer

PRIVACY POLICY Here at The Migraine Association of Ireland, we take privacy seriously. It is important that you know exactly what we do with the personal information that you and others provide us, why we gather it and what it means to you....[read more]

Migraine
Governance

Please note that all relevant links are highlighted The Migraine Association of Ireland is a registered charity  - Registered Charity Number is 20030414, CHY Number is 11252. The Migraine Association of Ireland (MAI) is committed to complying...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Triggers

Migraine triggers or trigger factors do not cause migraine but they can help to bring about an attack. It is thought that trigger factors are implicated in about 40% of attacks, so a good trigger-management strategy can be a very powerful tool in...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine in Women

Migraine in women is three times more common than migraine in men. Below is a list of pages examining the various hormonal influences on the...[read more]

Home

...[read more]

Contact Us

Migraine Association of Ireland Unit 14, Block 5, Port Tunnel Business Park, Clonshaugh, Dublin D17 WK24 Tel: +353 1 8941280 / +353 1...[read more]

Migraine
Frequently Asked Questions

...[read more]

Migraine
What is Migraine?

Migraine is a complex neurological condition which is classified by the World Health Organisation as the 7th most disabling disease worldwide, the 4th for women. Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. Vos et al. The Lancet, Volume 386, Issue 9995,...[read more]

Other Headaches
Migraine
Events

...[read more]

Health Professionals and Migraine

Health Professionals and Migraine Management of migraine for health professionals     Diagnosing migraine The migraine attack Clinical guidelines and treatment Health professional training Impact of migraine Acute...[read more]

Migraine
Other Headache

...[read more]

Migraine
Sitemap

...[read more]

Migraine
Shop

...[read more]

Migraine
Donate

...[read more]

Migraine
donation

...[read more]

Migraine
Login

Renew...[read more]