Experiencing Your First Migraine? We Can Help
Calling all new migraine sufferers.
If you’re a newbie when it comes to migraines, never fear — there are about 36 million other sufferers in the U.S. out there to commiserate with.
Think you’re experiencing your first migraine? First, see a doctor to get a migraine diagnosis. Then, learn how migraines may impact your life — and find support in the experiences of others. Excedrin Migraine commissioned the Millennial Migraine Report, surveying 1,000 female migraine sufferers ages 18 to 64 to learn how migraines affect job performance, social life, attitudes and more. Here are some topline findings that may help you.
71% of Millennial migraine sufferers surveyed wish they had visited a doctor sooner.
It’s important to visit a doctor and get a proper diagnosis of migraine in order to start treatment. Feeling intimidated by a doctor visit? Learn how a doctor diagnoses a migraine, and learn about the signs you might be having your first migraine.
50% of Millennial migraine sufferers surveyed reported three or more special events missed in the past year because of migraines.
Don’t miss out on the Homecoming game or Parents’ Weekend! It may be helpful to learn your possible migraine triggers to help manage the condition. Migraine triggers are different for everyone, and there are some that might surprise you. Are you a student? Learn how to avoid possible triggers while on campus. To help track your migraines and possible triggers, consider starting a migraine diary.
Excedrin Migraine is indicated for those 18 and over. If you are under 18 years of age, consult a doctor before using this product. See more information about Excedrin Migraine.