June is Migraine Awareness Month

June is Migraine Awareness Month

Looking for awareness graphics to share?? You’re in luck! I am posting daily this month on my Social Media sites. Feel free to check in daily to share with your friends, family, and co-workers!

Don’t want to share on any of these platforms? Don’t worry, I’m pasting them right here!! Click on a photo below to download or share. Thank you so much for participating in the Migraine Awareness campaign and thank you for choosing my graphics to share with your inner circle.

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June is Migraine Awareness Month
June is Migraine Awareness Month

91% Miss Work
91% of Migraineur’s Miss Work

More than 70 percent have a family history of migraine (Migraine.com)
More than 70% have  history of migraine
 Day 4  Day 5  Day 6

Relationship Problems due to Migraine
70% said migraines cause problems in their relationships
24% of migraineur's go to the ER
24% of migraineur’s
go to the ER
53% of migraineur's have severe disability
53% of migraineur’s
have severe disability
 Day 7  Day 8  Day 9
Migraine Support
We can always
find understanding

Migraine Insecurities Article
My latest blog post was published on The Mighty today ❤️
No Graphic today,
I’m worn out!
 Day 10  Day 11  Day 12

Family or Social Events
59% of migraineur’s miss family or social events

What does Stigma mean?
 Migraine Taking
Hold 🙁
 Day 13  Day 14  Day 15

Abdominal Migraine in Children (Slideshow)
still kickin’
 No Graphic Today
Sending my kiddos
on vacation without
me! :(…Migraine fading
 Day 16  Day 17  Day 18

1/2 of migraineur’s have first attack before 12 yrs. Some at 18 months.

Have migraine? Your children have a 50% chance of inheritance.

About 10% of school-age children suffer from migraine.

CGRP Research

Video by Eli Lilly and Company and https://www.uncovermigraine.com/. Learn about the new CGRP treatment and all the science behind it! Great video…

Erica Carrasco, Blogger
Erica Carrasco


Erica Nicole Carrasco is a blogger sharing stories of life with Hemiplegic Migraine and Non-Epileptic Seizures. She takes you on a journey through life’s ups and downs, smiles and frowns with chronic illness.

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