Migraine Awareness Bracelet GIVEAWAY
This week I am giving away a Migraine Awareness Bracelet. As the last week of June continues, so do the GIVEAWAYS! To end the month, I encourage you to continue advocating throughout the year. But how do you advocate? How do you show support for migraine awareness and continue to help? It’s not as hard as you think.
I simply wear purple. Purple is the color of migraine awareness. I like to wear purple in hopes that someone will comment on it and I can explain how purple represents migraine awareness.
Another way I show support is by wearing migraine gear. I have t-shirts from events that I have supported and donated to. I’m a walking advertisement for the cause when I simply wear my tshirt.
“The migraine cause was created almost a year ago. The mission has always been to raise migraine awareness and to help find a cure through bracelets since 15% of sales are donated to the National Headache Foundation. “ www.themigrainecause.ecwid.com
I have partnered with the migraine cause to giveaway 3 migraine awareness bracelets.
- Visit and Like My Migraine Life on Facebook (liking is not mandatory for entry but recommended)
- This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. By entering, entrants agree to a complete release of Facebook
- Leave a comment on How you try to spread awareness? And who you advocate for?
- Follow @mymigrainelife on twitter
- Tweet about the giveaway
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Migraine Awareness Bracelet giveaway
U.S. residents only. Starts today and ends 7/6/2016
Good Luck!!!!! Please share with anyone who may want to wear a migraine awareness bracelet and continue to spread the word of how serious living with Migraine is.
I try to raise awareness via social media, and by speaking to people about Migraine. I advocate for myself and other Migraine Warriors out there!
Thanks Kimmy. If you’d like to share this with other warriors you know, please do so!!
I just found your blog. I think it’s amazing that you’re doing this to help spread awareness. As a migraine suffer myself, I understand how others can be confused and completely oblivious to what we go through on a daily basis.
I frequently share articles or facts on migraines on social media. I also spread awareness by talking about the impact migraines have on my life and those around me
That’s great! I think education is key.
Up until recently I thought I was alone in the battle. I never knew there were so many that suffered from migraines the way I did or even worse. I wouldn’t wish these on my worst enemy. I have had them since I was 16 (if I had them at a younger age I don’t remember). At one time I could take 2 excedrin and lay down and it would go away. But the older I got the worse they got and everything that was OTC quit working. I went to the dr and was put on Triptans. They had to be changed over the years because they would quit working after a certain amount of time. Then at the age of 35 I had 2 heart attacks and since I showed no risk factors for them to happen the dr said it was possible that it was the Triptans that causes it since I had been on them for so long and had started taking so many. Funny thing though, after my heart attacks I went 2 years with no migraines, if I felt my head starting to hurt I could take 1 telenovela and be ok. But they have started up again and they are worse now than they have ever been and I can’t take Triptans anymore (at least I’m not suppose to) because of my heart attacks. So I finally get to see a neuro on the 19th and go from there. Until then it’s prayers, bc’s, and oxycodone when I can get it.
I try to tell everyone I can about them and explain more and more to my loved ones because they are having a hard time understanding. Especially my 2 girls who are 13 and 11. My migraines have taken so much time away from them and my husband to. And with what he is going through right now he really needs me. He suffered from depression and is out of work right now.
I had an awareness bracelet but I passed it on. I would love to have anothe time to wear! Thank you for what you are doing! I am so glad I saw your post about your blog!!!
Thank you for sharing your story. The heart attacks are so scary. Triptans really make my heart race and it scars me. It’s all a journey and I used to think I was alone too. I’m glad you found my blog too. I learn so much from my readers and hope to pass on support to you.
I agree. I think education on migraines is crucial for all of us! Thanks for reading????
I advocate for myself, and others who have migraines, especially those of differing degrees that are outside the scope of what most people think of migraine. It’s hard to not be believed about migraines when you don’t fit in someone’s boz
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