Migraine Awareness Week
Each September we use this week to raise general awareness of migraine as a serious public health issue and to reduce stigma
While there is an increasing awareness of migraine and understanding of what it is, not many would disagree that we are no where near the level of awareness and understanding that we need to reach. And we do need to reach it because lack of awareness and understanding of migraine seriously impacts our lives, with too many people not fully realising what it is like to live with this condition.
That’s why it is so crucial for us to maximize the opportunity that Migraine Awareness Week gives us. Running from 6-12 September in 2020, it is a moment in the year when everyone affected by migraine and everyone working to help those affected work together to raise the profile of migraine as a complex neurological condition and dispel any ideas that it is ‘just a headache’.