The Harsh Realities Of Living With Frequent Headaches And Migraines

The Harsh Realities Of Living With Frequent Headaches And Migraines

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I struggle more than most people because of a condition I have called Spina Bifida. The media has wrongly portrayed the disabled community for many years which makes disabled people face all kinds of discrimination. My hope is to help you better understand what it means to be disabled and what it is not.

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  1. Invisibly Me

    I’m sorry your food choices affect your headaches and migraines like they do. I find my nutrition is bad because of my stoma (avoiding certain things and so on) but also because I don’t have the energy for cooking or the ability to stand in the evening given the pain. But I realise I’m now very lucky that food doesn’t affect my migraines. I get them on average 5 days a week and they take out so, so much time from my life. Sometimes I do find it unbearable and I’m not sure I can keep going like this, but again, I’m lucky because Sumatriptan typically works for me (even if for hours after I feel utterly exhausted and quite shakey). It’s interesting to read how yours affect you in the day to day, with sleep etc. It’s miserable, isn’t it? We can only do the best we can but it is awful, and it’s so often underestimated by those who don’t experience them. Sending gentle hugs your way.

    Caz xx

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