Life and Migraine is a documentary about people who suffer from chronic headaches. The interviewees recount their experiences with friends, family, co-workers and medical professionals who ... See full summary »
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Barbara Coven ...
Jennifer Niehaus
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Sarah Niehaus
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Mike Niehaus
Bill Vincent ...
Vice Principal Parsons
Rico Bruce Wade ...
Chris
Mark Boyd ...
Pharmacist
Mike Sobocinski ...
Principal Dirkins
Michael McCallum ...
Gym Teacher #1
Rick Mickley ...
Gym Teacher #2
Natalie Poston ...
Math Teacher
Adam Hughes ...
Randy
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ER Resident
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Ellen Arden ...
Jamie
Kristin Lambert ...
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Life and Migraine is a documentary about people who suffer from chronic headaches. The interviewees recount their experiences with friends, family, co-workers and medical professionals who often failed to understand their painful neurological condition. The film is framed around the compelling fictional story of a woman whose migraines are destroying her life. Written by Edmund Messina

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A surprising documentary about people whose lives were ruled by headaches and how they found help.

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Reality Check for Migraine Sufferers
23 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Life and Migraine accurately depicts the life of migraine sufferers and their families. Anyone who suffers from or who has a family member suffering from this condition needs to see this film. For those not suffering from migraines, the film offers a reality check to the debilitating nature of this condition; often mistaken for other ailments. For migraine sufferers, it offers support through the sheer knowledge that we do not suffer alone. Also great for educating the children of migraine sufferers so they can better understand what mom (usually) is going through. Combining a fictional story with interviews of actual migraine sufferers, this documentary is both informative and interesting to watch.


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