Migraine is the third most common disease in the world and affects 1 in 7 people. it affects women more than men (World Health Organisation).There is no specific diagnostic test, ie blood test or scan available. The diagnosis is usually made by your GP or Neurologist.
It still is not clear what causes this condition but for many people it is severely disabling. The unpredicatability of each attack is what increases the feelings that it is taking over your life .
If you feel this way then you may benefit from a one to one consultation at Headlines.