Migraine in New Zealand survey
We’re undertaking a survey to understand the burden and impact of migraine in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We’re seeking participants who currently live in New Zealand who have been diagnosed with migraine or have symptoms that are consistent with migraine disease. These include:
- pain on one side of the head
- pain that lasts 4 hours to 3 days if not treated
- throbbing or pulsing pain, usually moderate to severe and often worse with routine activity such as walking or climbing stairs
- sensitivity to light, sound and/or smell
- nausea and vomiting.
All responses are anonymous and remain confidential.
To minimise the health, economic and social burden of migraine disease in Aotearoa New Zealand.
To raise awareness of the impact of migraine disease and support people living with migraine in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Living with migraine disease can be challenging. Those of us with migraine know that it’s more than just a headache. Migraine is a whole body disease that affects everyone differently.
It can feel isolating, yet in New Zealand there are hundreds of thousands of people living with migraine.
Members of the Migraine Foundation Aotearoa New Zealand community share their stories about living with migraine and how there’s hope, even when some days it can feel like a struggle.
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