We’ve been scanning our bookshelves and looking to find some of the best reads out there for migraine sufferers. Art, autobiography, self-help; there are plenty to choose from. Here are a few of our favourites:
- A Brain Wider Than The Sky – Andrew LevyA personal account of one man’s struggles against his migraines interspersed with historical background, facts and a host of other information about the disease. Full of highs and lows it is a touching account and a must-read for anyone who suffers personally or is close to somebody who does.
- Migraine Art: The Migraine Experience From Within – Klaus PodollA collection of over 300 pictures made by migraine sufferers. A real mix of artwork both new and old which varies hugely in style and interpretation. A fascinating exploration of artistic representations of migraine throughout the ages.
- Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and Health – Joanna KempnerMigraine is often ignored, sometimes sneered at, generally dismissed. But why? Going back over the past few hundred years Kempner explores why we respond to migraines today in the way that we do and what we can do to change attitudes.
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