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  • The Importance of Sleep Patterns - Migraine
    in Children Migraine Triggers in Children Prevention Management Migraine at School Migraine and the Leaving Cert Other Headache Chronic Daily Headache Chronic Tension Headache Chronic Transformed Migraine Medication Overuse Headache Other Primary Headache Sinus Headache Benign Exertional Headache Ice Cream Headache Caffeine Withdrawal Headache Tension Headache Cluster Headaches THE MIGRAINE Association Of Ireland Providing information support and reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders THE MIGRAINE Association Of Ireland Providing information support and reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders Latest News Latest News and Research from the Migraine World 17th July 2014 Read our submission on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility 14th July 2014 Loss of funding may cost MAI one third of staff 26th June 2014 Take this important survey on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News The Importance of Sleep Patterns The Importance of Sleep Patterns 15th October 2013 This article on the importance of regular sleep patterns featured recently in the Irish Times Home Latest News The Importance of Sleep Patterns The Importance of Sleep Patterns 15th October 2013 This article on the importance of regular sleep patterns featured recently in the Irish Times Donate Now Will you help us to continue our work We are only too aware of the devastating impact migraine can have upon a person s life There are half a million migraine sufferers in Ireland and we cannot reach them all without your support Please note that no fundraised money goes towards salaries Below are some of the things your donations will allow us to do Update and reprint our information leaflets Provide training to health professionals Organise migraine

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  • Seasonal Headaches - Migraine
    2014 Loss of funding may cost MAI one third of staff 26th June 2014 Take this important survey on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News Seasonal Headaches Seasonal Headaches 31st October 2013 Autumn can be a bad time for migraine sufferers as changing weather conditions have long been recognised as a trigger factor for migraines The relationship is probably to do with changes in pressure and humidity and so on says Dr Edward O Sullivan director of the specialist Migraine Headache clinic in Cork and medical advisor to the MAI In addition the changing season may be a factor and factors such as seasonal affective disorder SAD may also be important This is particularly noticeable in the changeable weather conditions of October and November Strong glare from the low winter sun can also be a problem for people at this time of year and wrap around or polarised lenses which reduce glare may prove useful More information of common triggers can be found here Home Latest News Seasonal Headaches Seasonal Headaches 31st October 2013 Autumn can be a bad time for migraine sufferers as changing weather conditions have long been recognised as a trigger factor for migraines The relationship is probably to do with changes in pressure and humidity and so on says Dr Edward O Sullivan director of the specialist Migraine Headache clinic in Cork and medical advisor to the MAI In addition the changing season may be a factor and factors such as seasonal affective disorder SAD may also be important This is particularly noticeable in the changeable weather conditions of October and November Strong glare from the low winter sun can also

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  • Vote for our Founder in the Charity Hero Awards - Migraine
    and those with other headache disorders THE MIGRAINE Association Of Ireland Providing information support and reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders Latest News Latest News and Research from the Migraine World 17th July 2014 Read our submission on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility 14th July 2014 Loss of funding may cost MAI one third of staff 26th June 2014 Take this important survey on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News Vote for our Founder in the Charity Hero Awards Vote for our Founder in the Charity Hero Awards 7th November 2013 Please vote for our founder president Audrey Craven in the 2013 Better Together Charity Hero awards She has made it to the top ten but only the five nominees with the highest public vote go through to the judging panel so vote for Audrey now Help us raise awareness of migraine and all neurological conditions voting closes at 5pm on December 6th and you can vote every day Home Latest News Vote for our Founder in the Charity Hero Awards Vote for our Founder in the Charity Hero Awards 7th November 2013 Please vote for our founder president Audrey Craven in the 2013 Better Together Charity Hero awards She has made it to the top ten but only the five nominees with the highest public vote go through to the judging panel so vote for Audrey now Help us raise awareness of migraine and all neurological conditions voting closes at 5pm on December 6th and you can vote every day Donate Now Will you help us to continue our work We are only too aware of the devastating impact

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  • Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website - Migraine
    and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website 25th November 2013 The MAI is delighted to announce that Minister for Disability Older People Equality Mental Health Kathleen Lynch will be launching our new website www migraine ie on Wednesday 27th November in Dublin This website is an accurate and reliable source of information for migraine sufferers says CEO of the Migraine Association of Ireland Patrick Little As well as providing information on migraine management generally there are sections designed specifically for children and teenagers and it is also intended as a diagnostic resource for health professionals The launch takes places from 10 00 to 11 30am at European Parliament House Molesworth Street There are still a few places available so if you would like to attend please email info migraine ie or telephone the Migraine Helpline 1850 200 378 As seating is limited spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis Home Latest News Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website Migraine Association of Ireland Launches New Website 25th November 2013 The MAI is delighted to announce that Minister for Disability Older People Equality Mental Health Kathleen Lynch will be launching our new website www migraine ie on Wednesday 27th November in Dublin This website is an accurate and reliable source of information for migraine sufferers says CEO of the Migraine Association of Ireland Patrick Little As well as providing information on migraine management generally there are sections designed specifically for children and teenagers and it is also intended as a diagnostic resource for health professionals The launch takes places from 10

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  • Minister Launches Migraine Website - Migraine
    Lynch Launches Migraine Website 28th November 2013 Minister for Disability Older People Equality and Mental Health Kathleen Lynch launched our new website www migraine ie on November 27th at European Parliament House in Dublin Speaking at the event the Minister contextualised the importance of accurate and reliable information being available to patients saying that technology could help with this She was followed by the CEO of the Health Research Board Enda Connolly and by Eibhlin Mulroe who is CEO of IPPOSI Irish Platform for Patients Organisations Science Industry and also sits on the Irish Brain Council Both emphasised the necessity of the patient voice being heard with Eibhlin Mulroe stating that patient involvement in research is also of key importance Patrick Little CEO of the Migraine Association of Ireland introduced the event which was chaired by MAI founder and President Audrey Craven From left to right Audrey Craven founder of MAI Enda Connolly CEO of the Health Research Board Minister for Disability Older People Equality and Mental Health Kathleen Lynch Eibhlin Mulroe CEO of IPPOSI and member of the Irish Brain Council and Patrick Little CEO of the MAI Home Latest News Minister Kathleen Lynch Launches Migraine Website Minister Kathleen Lynch Launches Migraine Website 28th November 2013 Minister for Disability Older People Equality and Mental Health Kathleen Lynch launched our new website www migraine ie on November 27th at European Parliament House in Dublin Speaking at the event the Minister contextualised the importance of accurate and reliable information being available to patients saying that technology could help with this She was followed by the CEO of the Health Research Board Enda Connolly and by Eibhlin Mulroe who is CEO of IPPOSI Irish Platform for Patients Organisations Science Industry and also sits on the Irish Brain Council Both emphasised the necessity

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  • Statement on Governance and Finances - Migraine
    important survey on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News Statement on Governance and Finances Statement on Governance and Finances 18th December 2013 The Migraine Association of Ireland MAI is committed to complying with the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising The MAI fully complies with the Principles of Good Governance as outlined by The Governance Code a code of practice for good governance of community voluntary and charitable organisations in Ireland and is listed on the Register of Compliance on www governancecode ie 2012 Audited Accounts Please note that no fundraised money is used to pay for salaries In addition No increments have been paid since HSE cuts began 5 years ago 2011 salaries were slightly reduced due to maternity leave MAI does not have a pension scheme No special allowances are paid to staff e g Away from Home Allowances Maternity Benefits etc MAI has substantially reduced running costs since the cuts began through membership of Group Schemes with The Wheel and DFI Home Latest News Statement on Governance and Finances Statement on Governance and Finances 18th December 2013 The Migraine Association of Ireland MAI is committed to complying with the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising The MAI fully complies with the Principles of Good Governance as outlined by The Governance Code a code of practice for good governance of community voluntary and charitable organisations in Ireland and is listed on the Register of Compliance on www governancecode ie 2012 Audited Accounts Please note that no fundraised money is used to pay for salaries In addition No increments have been paid since HSE cuts began 5 years ago 2011 salaries were slightly reduced

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  • Migraine at Christmas - Migraine
    reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders Latest News Latest News and Research from the Migraine World 17th July 2014 Read our submission on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility 14th July 2014 Loss of funding may cost MAI one third of staff 26th June 2014 Take this important survey on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News Migraine at Christmas Migraine at Christmas 19th December 2013 Many of the factors associated with Christmas are migraine triggers for example Stress including the positive stress of excitement Disrupted sleeping patterns Bright or flashing lights Certain types of food or alcohol dehydration Changes in routine Long periods in front of a screen Certain scents Flying The Migraine Association of Ireland advises that people keep a migraine diary to record their attacks and to help identify and avoid potential triggers Download a Migraine Diary Here In addition migraine sufferers should keep to a routine as much as possible eat regularly and stay hydrated Happy Christmas Home Latest News Migraine at Christmas Migraine at Christmas 19th December 2013 Many of the factors associated with Christmas are migraine triggers for example Stress including the positive stress of excitement Disrupted sleeping patterns Bright or flashing lights Certain types of food or alcohol dehydration Changes in routine Long periods in front of a screen Certain scents Flying The Migraine Association of Ireland advises that people keep a migraine diary to record their attacks and to help identify and avoid potential triggers Download a Migraine Diary Here In addition migraine sufferers should keep to a routine as much as possible eat regularly and stay hydrated Happy Christmas Donate Now Will you

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  • Recommendations from European Month of the Brain - Migraine
    to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders THE MIGRAINE Association Of Ireland Providing information support and reassurance to migraine sufferers and those with other headache disorders Latest News Latest News and Research from the Migraine World 17th July 2014 Read our submission on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility 14th July 2014 Loss of funding may cost MAI one third of staff 26th June 2014 Take this important survey on chronic migraine and medical card eligibility View All News Become a Member Sign up or Log in Events Upcoming Events from the MAI No events View All Events Home Latest News Recommendations from European Month of the Brain Recommendations from European Month of the Brain 19th December 2013 A major conference on EU policy for brain research and healthcare was organised by the European Commission last May Recommendations from the conference were published recently and are available here Following the success of this month the European Brain Council EBC has pledged to make 2014 the European Year of the Brain This will begin in July 2014 and more information will be made available in the new year Home Latest News Recommendations from European Month of the Brain Recommendations from European Month of the Brain 19th December 2013 A major conference on EU policy for brain research and healthcare was organised by the European Commission last May Recommendations from the conference were published recently and are available here Following the success of this month the European Brain Council EBC has pledged to make 2014 the European Year of the Brain This will begin in July 2014 and more information will be made available in the new year Donate Now Will you help us to continue our work We are only too aware of the devastating impact migraine can have

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