Help For Headaches Suffers
According to NHS Choices, more than 10 million people in the UK get headaches regularly, making them one of the most common health complaints. Women are affected more frequently than men with migraine. Children and Adolescents also suffer from migraine headaches. Less than 50% of migraine sufferers consult a doctor for their recurrent headaches and even fewer are receiving appropriate treatment. The result is loss of productivity due to missing work, school, home and social obligations not to mention the effects on quality of life. But there are more different types of headaches beside migraine. Knowing and understanding your headache-type will be your first step to care.
Our goal is to assist headache sufferers in their quest for relief. We believe by diagnosing the right type of headaches you are suffering from, we can ultimately treated according to a particular classification - silent suffering can be eliminated and awareness can foster treatment directions.
Common Types of Headaches:
Migraines (Common and Classic)