Oh, Holly. You and I share such a similar story.

“I gave every ounce of my well-time to work (which had dwindled down to a few hours a week) and the rest of my life was spent in bed.”

“It quickly became clear that my migraines were a daily reality, regardless of where I was or what I was doing during the day. They had not appeared due to my stressful job, but rather because of my biology. Like many women, my migraines transitioned from episodic to chronic as I entered my forties.”

https://migraine.com/living-migraine/when-migraines-age-us/

#ChronicMigraine #migraineawareness #MHAM #MHAM2020 #migraine #cma #cmaware #InvisibleIllness

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