This time last year for Migraine Awareness Week I did a daily blog challenge. But I've been neglecting this blog - because I've been too busy!! Do you know how exciting it is to be able to say that? When I started this blog I was in the horror grips of chronic migraine, chronic pain and this blog was my life line to sanity - and to many wonderful migraine buddies.
But slowly, slowly - after a lot of serious hard work, various treatments and explorations....I suddenly realised that my migraines had technically become 'episodic'. I will write in more detail about what's been going on in the last year - I will write Topamax Part II I promise, I will also write about the physical rehab that was key for me.
Today, however, I want to share my - 'My Migraine Journey - It's a marathon not a sprint' that the ever fabulous Migraine Trust have just posted. Do check out what they've been doing this week and the new campaign they've launched. Let's make this year count. Let's help other people go from chronic to episodic and stay there. If I can...surely you can too? I'm not saying it's easy and I'm magically 'cured' (ha!) but I'm living the life I never thought I'd be able to three years ago. x
|As part of their 50th anniversary campaign The Migraine Trust|
are asking sufferers to fill in 'the head' to show what life is like with migraine, and what it would be like without.