Move Against Migraine Campaign by the American Migraine Foundation

The American Migraine Foundation (AMF) has launched a new campaign called Move Against Migraine. This initiative aims to spread awareness that migraine is a disabling neurological disease. Their website says the program aims to empower individuals living with migraine to advocate for themselves, to find the support and treatment they need.

Below is the Content Capsule for Move Against Migraine. You will find resources, headache specialists, treatments, and ways to connect with others who live with migraine disease.

You can also become part of their Facebook group.

And let’s give major kudos to the artist who captured what all of us have felt. The imagery for this campaign is tragically beautiful.

#MoveAgainstMigraine

 

 

 

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