by Nesreen Suwan, M.D.
Valentine's Day is an opportunity for everybody to evaluate and work on their relationships. It is difficult for relationships to flourish and reach their maximum potential when one partner suffers from a chronic pain condition like chronic migraines.
Migraine symptoms include head pain, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, vomiting, lack of concentration, and scalp tenderness. Symptoms may worsen with bending over or performing simple household activities. Most importantly, these symptoms make it difficult for migraine sufferers to enjoy daily life, which certainly will take a toll on enjoying their relationships, among other things.
Now migraine treatment can change the lives of chronic headache sufferers. With the exciting use of Botox injections for managing chronic migraines and the growing number of insurance companies covering its cost, the dream of migraine relief is coming true for migraine sufferers and their significant others.
Botox is a great treatment option given its reasonable cost, effectiveness, and minimal side effects. When compared to the cost and side effects of other daily headache treatments coupled with the poor quality of life caused by no treatment, Botox truly is a saving grace.
It is a known fact that poor quality of life leads to unhealthy relationships. This Valentine's Day, do something for yourself, your partner, and your family: start taking charge of your chronic migraines and start living your life!
Dr. Nesreen Suwan is Loyola trained and American Board certified in neurology and pain medicine, with extra certification in headache medicine and Botox treatment. Dr. Suwan is a highly recognized headache specialist and she is a nationally known speaker in her field. For consultation please call (630) 420-8080 or visit us at http://controlchicagopain.com.
For Valentine's Day, Why Consider Botox for Migraines?
As Featured In Glancer Magazine, February 2012