Migraine Buddy App: Download Free
Migraine Buddy is having an iOS launch. They already have a version for Android and it has been a great success. Migraine Buddy is a tracking and reporting app. It is designed by neurologists and data scientists. After speaking with them, I found that they are a group of people who genuinely care about migraineurs which is refreshing and inspiring. By signing up it does not cost anything or enter you into any agreement.
Free Migraine App
Migraine Buddy is offering the app for free on their launch date of March 27th. If you plan on doing any tracking for your migraines, it makes sense to take advantage of this offer now. The person with the most points gets to choose the Migraine Foundation/Charity that will receive $1,000. As we all know, migraine funding is wildly lacking and every penny counts! $1,000 can go a long way and I’d love to help.
Some of the charities I would be able to choose from would be: Migraine Action, American Migraine Foundation, 36 Million Migraine Campaign, American Headache and Migraine Association, Migraine Research Foundation, The Migraine Trust, Headache Cooperative of New England, National Headache Foundation, National Migraine Centre, Migraine Quebec, Association of Migraine Disorders, Migraine Ireland Brain Foundation, or OUCH (UK) Cluster Headaches.
Not only do I want to donate money to these charities, I want you to reap the benefits of this launch. I can’t wait to use the app and will be doing a review about it as soon as possible. No matter how much I think I understand my migraines and what triggers them or my symptoms from them, there is still a great amount I can learn about them. Tracking all of my migraine treatment and data will teach me about myself and my doctors on how to better treat me. Don’t miss out on the Migraine Buddy launch. Sign up today…and tell them I sent you!
Features of Migraine Buddy App includes tracking symptoms, treatments, triggers, length and intensity of migraine and more. It allows you to import data that you can bring to the doctors office and learn from. It is a valuable tool when learning about migraine and it’s many intricacies.
Another App I love is the Healthline Migraine App