"We draw strength by standing together, or simply by stretching out a hand to another when they are unable to hold on any longer."
- Shoshana Lipson
For people who live with an invisible chronic disease such as migraine, connecting with others who "get it" can be life-changing.
Migraine Meanderings has patient communities across multiple social media channels and we encourage you to explore them to see which ones work best for you. Whether you are image-focused and like Instagram, prefer Twitter's short and quick tweets, or want the more in-depth connection and support offered by Facebook, we have something for you. Each of our channels is unique and offers something different, so come and join us, and feel free to ask questions. You are NOT ALONE!
Connect with Us on Social Media
Having migraine disease can make us feel isolated and lonely. Being part of an online community with people who can provide emotional support, helpful advice, motivation, and a sense of belonging can help. Our trained moderators who also have migraine, ensure our social media channels and support groups are safe, respectful places.
This welcoming space is where you can discuss all things migraine with other migraine warriors. Share your tips and tricks for managing attacks, discover support, find new resources and information, and help raise awareness.
Be the first to know about the newest medications and medical devices for migraine. This private support group is the best place to discuss migraine treatment options with others, get breaking news, and learn about patient access.
Follow us on Instagram to find information and motivation for living your best life with migraine. Support, inspiration, humor, tips, and more!
Our Twitter feed is perfect for those looking for quick information about migraine.
Pinterest is where you will find inspiration and hope to improve your quality of life with migraine.
Check out our short videos for the latest news and information about migraine.
Our YouTube videos include information from the top migraine specialists in the country, patient stories, tips to help you better manage migraine, and awareness videos.