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It’s estimated that every year, U.S. people experience migraines. Considering there are over 300 million people in the United States, that’s a lot of migraines.

If you’re one of those people, you know how debilitating and frustrating a migraine can be. You’ve likely had days where you can’t accomplish anything because you can’t see straight. Or days where you have to retreat to a dark, quiet room, even though you have people to see and a to-do list to finish.

Dealing with migraines is never easy, and there are rarely simple solutions. But these blogs keep up on the latest in migraine news and treatment options, while sharing their personal stories to get you through.

Migraine Action

has been working to help people with migraines for over 50 years. They provide information, advice, and support. On their blog, they share the latest opportunities for potential research participants, the newest study results, and personal stories from those who have fought and overcome migraines.

The Migraine Trust

aims to improve the lives of people experiencing migraines through research and education. While research is at the heart of their work, they also produce a valuable blog that provides practical advice, information on the latest in treatment options, and updates on the search for a cure.

Migraine Research Foundation

As a 501(c)(3) charity, raises money to award grants to migraine researchers from around the world. Through their blog, they share the fruits of those efforts. There’s also news that those with migraines and researchers alike will find valuable and relevant.

National Headache Foundation

has spent the last 48 years working to cure headaches and end the pain and agony of those who have them. Through their blog, they aim to increase public awareness of headaches and migraines as legitimate neurobiological diseases, while sharing the latest research, news, and treatment tips.

Putting Our Heads Together

Teri Robert is a writer and patient advocate in the field of migraine disease and headaches. about current events as a migraine advocate. She’s also been working to launch a new migraine site she’s hoping will be the ultimate location for education, support, advocacy, and awareness.

The Migraine Diva

The diva behind is a 39-year-old mom of three who experiences chronic migraines along with fibromyalgia, depression, and anxiety. On her blog, she aims to raise awareness about invisible illnesses and to advocate for others. She also shares gluten-free recipes, her Shades of Migraines podcast, and advice for those hoping to take on migraine advocacy themselves.

My Migraine Life

Sarah lives with chronic headaches and has been dealing with migraines since she was 5 years old. Today she’s a mom of two who has run through the gamut of medications, procedures, natural remedies, and lifestyle changes. So far, nothing has offered a cure. She tries to focus on being positive, and for others with migraines and for those people who love them.


With an aim of empowering patients and caregivers to take control of migraines, provides a platform to learn, educate, and connect with others. Their blog serves as a space for people living with migraines to post personal stories and questions, allowing them to connect with and learn from each other.

The Daily Headache

Kerrie is in her late 30s and has been living with migraines for over 25 years. Writing has served as her creative outlet since she had to quit work as a result of her migraines. On , she shares what has helped her personally — both emotionally and physically — in the hopes that this information may help others.

Health Central: Migraine

shares the latest tips for potentially improving and treating migraines, as well as advice on navigating the daily activities that are complicated by migraines. For instance, they have a recent post on school options for kids with migraines. Other migraine bloggers also share personal experiences and what they’ve learned along the way.

American Migraine Foundation

The is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of research and awareness of migraines. The American Headache Society founded it in 2010. Their blog shares insights from experts in the field of migraines, as well as information on both medicinal and natural remedy options.


A husband and wife who both live with migraines created . They tried everything — from Botox and acupuncture to Chinese herbs and traditional therapies. When it seemed as though nothing would ever provide relief, something did. Their site is dedicated to promoting the solution they found that finally worked, and their blog is a little bit of everything they’ve learned along the way.

Leah Campbell is a writer and editor living in Anchorage, Alaska. She’s a single mother by choice after a serendipitous series of events led to the adoption of her daughter. Leah is also the author of the book “” and has written extensively on the topics of infertility, adoption, and parenting. You can connect with Leah via, her , and.