Migraine Awareness Week
Every year in September we use this week to raise general awareness of migraine as a serious public health issue and to reduce stigma
Migraine affects 1 in 7 people, that’s over eight million people in the United Kingdom alone, making it more prevalent than diabetes, epilepsy and asthma combined. The World Health Organisation recognises migraine as one of the most disabling lifetime conditions yet awareness and understanding is low.
Migraine is a complex neurological disorder with no known cause or cure. Unfortunately many people will suffer from migraine for years throughout their life negatively impacting upon their work, family and social lives.
When is Migraine Awareness Week?
It will run from 5 – 10 September in 2016.
we can only raise awareness with your help
- Share your story – we need case studies and stories from people who live with migraine. Share your story here.
- Display a poster – click here.
- Employment awareness – can you use Migraine Awareness Week as an opportunity to raise awareness and understanding of migraine at your place of work? Perhaps you can display a poster or organise a fundraising event.
- Donate – You probably already know we are a charity, and we really do need donations from people like you to be able to produce and distribute posters, organise events and continue supporting people with migraine. You can support us here.
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