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Managing migraine: A guide for parents by Migraine Ireland

Managing Migraine : A guide for parents’ is a curation of Nicola Filzmoser experience with having migraine and her learnings from working with world-leading migraine & pain experts.  For several years, Nicola has been working with world-leading migraine experts, patient organizations, and pain charities to advocate for young people and create this course. At Happyr Health,

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Migraine at work -Questions

Frequently asked questions Is migraine a disability? What rights do I have at work? It may be – the answer depends upon your own individual circumstances. As a migraine sufferer, you are likely to be classified as disabled if your migraine headaches have a long term and substantial effect on your ability to carry out

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Managing Migraine at work

Managing Migraine at work. Is it possible to create a safe and inclusive workplace for managing Migraine at work?Yes, it is. Companies need to be aware that an environment that meets the specific needs of those suffering from invisible diseases can become a facilitator and that it is necessary to apply design criteria that reduce

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Migraine at work

European survey on migraine at work. Analysis of results and conclusions. The objective of this study is to know the situation of migraine workers within the workplace and compare the situation in the different participating countries. The objective of this study is to know the situation of migraine workers within the workplace and compare the

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Migraine and colleagues

Migraine and colleagues:5 ways to support and empathise with a colleague suffering from migraine. LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE IN LIFE, MIGRAINE PAIN HURTS LESS WITH SUPPORT. That’s why, here there are 5 ways to support and empathise with a colleague suffering from migraine. You’ve probably experienced times at work when the support from colleagues has been

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Migraine and genetic

Migraine and genetic Migraine is associated with a polygenic inheritance Migraines and genetic: A new study has found that some families are especially sensitive to Migraines and that genetics influences the type of migraine suffered by affected people. Migraine is a disease that has as its main symptom headache, throbbing, unilateral, accompanied by nausea or

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Work from home guide

Bringing the friendly workplace home— Work from home guide. WORK FROM HOME GUIDE. Working from home can be a great alternative to reduce the migraine triggers that may happen at a workplace.However, to make a migraine-friendly workplace at home, there are some considerations to take into account.It is important to set up a dedicated space,

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Migraine Friendly Workplace Stamp at work: The stamp that changes it all

EMHA launches the first Migraine Friendly Workplace Stamp. This new initiative is designed to reduce the impact of migraine in the workplaceand recognizes companies that undertake EMHA training as well as making actionablechange in the workplace. Migraine affects over 41 million adults in Europe (prevalence 14%)1 and as migraine peaksduring individuals’ most productive years of

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