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British Association for the Study of Headache

"To relieve those affected by the burdens of headache"

Help For Headaches

Welcome to Help for Headaches! Our sample newsletter is free for viewing online, or simply print it out to take with you and read anywhere at your convenience! Should you wish to receive future publications, we invite you to subscribe now! New printings available quarterly, make a great gift to those you feel would benefit from our gathered, studied and insightful information.

Migraine Action Association

The Migraine Action Association (formerly the British Migraine Association) is a registered charity with over 17,000 members. We bridge the gap between the migraine sufferer and the medical world by providing information on all aspects of the condition and its management. We are committed to raising general awareness of the condition and we are a recognised source of information; our leaflets and newsletters are distributed to clinics, hospitals, libraries, doctors' surgeries and the media throughout the country.


Caution: This site contains informally collected information, although it is given in good faith, medical advice should be taken before acting on any advice or information found here


What is a headache? There is no single cause for headaches and, while they are painful and annoying, the majority of headaches do not indicate that there is a serious problem. Headaches involve mild to severe pain in one or more parts of the head as well as the back of the neck. There are

OUCH (UK) Organisation For The Understanding

Here at OUCH (UK) you will find all the support, information, advice, understanding and encouragement that you will ever need to cope with the devastating condition of Cluster Headaches. We have and do hold regional meetings for all sufferers and supporters. We also hold an annual conference every year at a suitable venue where we have guest speakers from the Cluster Headache community both medical and personal

PreciousLittleOne UK

Some pregnant women find they get a lot of headaches. A brisk walk may be all you need, as well as a little more regular rest and relaxation. Although it is wise to avoid drugs in pregnancy, an occasional paracetamol tablet is


My name is Paul and I'm addicted to taking Solpadeine painkiller tablets. I have set up this website in an attempt to contact other people who feel they may have a similar problem. Please email me on

The Migraine Trust

The Migraine Trust aims to help people with migraine and other headaches, as well as organizations, groups and individuals who work to support them through research and care.

UK Chiropractor - Headaches and Migraines News

Headaches and Migranes
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