Now, let’s look at some options.
No headache medication works for everyone. It can feel exhausting to find the right treatment while living with headache disease. Whether you’re a migraine veteran or not sure where to start, CHAMP has the resources you need to explore treatment options.
Not all treatments
are the same.
It’s a new era of care for migraine and headache disease. Educate yourself about the various innovative treatments and therapies available today.
Focus on your lifestyle habits.
Medication isn’t the only thing that can make a change. Explore movement, mindfulness, and more that might be the missing piece in your care.
Consider various medical treatments.
Medicines don’t work for every single person, especially those who deal with regular pain. If your treatment isn’t working for you, explore what your other options could be.
See how medical devices play a part.
In addition to traditional headache medication, there are medical devices that can assist in your pain regulation and disease journey.
Technology at your fingertips.
There are many apps available to help track and manage your migraine and headache disease.
Learn about other therapies.
No headache medication works for everyone, but almost everything works for someone. Learn about alternative therapies for headache, migraine and cluster diseases here.
Find a provider.
Need help finding a healthcare professional to treat your headache disease? The American Migraine Foundation and The National Headache Foundation can help.
How to talk to your healthcare provider.
The Think Talk Treat Migraine™ campaign has a helpful discussion guide you can use when you talk to your healthcare provider.
Tips & Tools
If you experience significant headaches that interfere with your work or family/leisure activities, don’t “go it alone.” Most recurring headaches may not be curable; however, with headache medication, they can be controlled to reduce their frequency, severity and impact on your life. You owe it to yourself to seek medical help.
If you experience significant headaches that interfere with your work or family/leisure activities, don’t “go it alone.” Most recurring headaches may not be curable, but, with treatment, they can be controlled to reduce their frequency, severity, and impact on your life. You owe it to yourself to seek medical help.
Can children have headache disease?
Are you concerned your child might have a headache disease? Learn about the symptoms of migraine, cluster, and headache diseases in children, how to spot them, and other tips to help you and your child.