Are migraines disrupting your life? Do they leave you feeling miserable and helpless? Have you tried dozens of treatments with no real success?

Migraines are debilitating in so many ways. They steal precious time away from your family, friends and your work. Few people realise that migraines are more common than asthma, diabetes and epilepsy combined. There are over 1 billion people who suffer from migraines globally.

Most people with migraines suffer in silence. Others often don’t visibly see anything wrong and unless they get migraines themselves, they simply don’t understand what it’s like.  Each attack arrives with debilitating pain, nausea and disabling symptoms. The frustration, fear and vulnerability of another attack keeps you trapped in a state of anxiety and even depression.

But what can be done? There’s no shortage of gimmicky solutions and failed migraine treatments available. Everything from quick fixes, miracle cures and detox diets that supposedly cure your condition. Perhaps it shouldn't be a surprise to see so much confusion and misinformation.

The reality is that migraines are a complex, multifactorial neurological disease that requires professional medical advice, support and high quality information to enable you control your condition. That's why the Migraine World Summit held the world's largest migraine patience conference this year from April 15-21. 

32 doctors, professors and specialists gathered from world leading institutions, hospitals, universities and headache clinics such as Harvard Medical School, the Mayo Clinic, Stanford Medical, the Cleveland Clinic and the International Headache Society to help answer some of the most difficult questions for patients in desperate need of relief.

There are 956,000 thousand migraine attacks everyday in the USA with around 37 million affected. 

Carl Cincinnato, host of the Migraine World Summit, sees how migraine can cripple an individual over time:

Migraines can be devastating to be someone’s quality of life. It can affect not only their physical well being, but their relationships, family life and in severe cases their ability to keep a job and have a career.

There is still a stigma associated with migraine. Many people feel guilty or ashamed to admit they have a migraine. Migraines can also lead to depression and anxiety as many struggle with the isolation, lack of progress and lose hope.

Research shows a direct link between the frequency of migraine and a person’s quality of life.

The Migraine World Summit has allowed thousands of migraine patients to jump the waiting list and get access to dozens of international migraine experts.

After hearing just a few of these experts you’ll have a better understanding of migraines, your condition, how to find the right doctor, build support and find better treatment options. 

The Migraine World Summit has also created it's own support group.

This group is unlike any other for 2 reasons: everyone who is accepted into this must be a part of the MWS community and have access to all the talks as you do. That means that most people here have already seen most of the Summit so you can surrounded by a far more informed and educated group of people.

The second reason this group is so unique is the supportive, warm and engaging culture of our support group. Migraines can strip us down to our most vulnerable. In this fragile state sometimes we don’t need any advice or recommendations only a kind word is what's needed.

The Migraine World Summit answers some of the most pressing questions that many of us have. Questions like:

  • When will there be a cure?
  • How long am I likely to have migraines for?
  • How can I prevent migraines and reduce my attacks?
  • Are there effective non medicinal treatments that work? What are they? What results can they deliver?
  • What acute treatments can be used for my debilitating migraine attacks?
  • How can I manage migraine in children and family members?
  • How can I find more support?
  • I’ve tried everything, where to next?
  • Do I have a genetic mutation that’s causing my migraines? What can I do about it?
  • What damage is caused by my concussion or other head and neck injuries for my migraines?
  • What do I need to know about migraine surgeries and operations?
  • What is medication overuse headache and how can I avoid it?
  • What new treatments and approaches are helping migraine patients?
  • What can I learn from other experienced migraineurs?
  • What is the future of treatment innovation and technology?
  • How can I play a role in supporting further research, lobbying government support and having broader impact?

It’s almost like having 32 consultations with world leading migraine experts. Only these consultations don’t have any time limit, they’re longer, more detailed and helpful.

Consider for a moment the amount of time you would need to see 32 different headache experts. Most these experts require a referral to see them. Many of them require two sets of referrals: one from a general physician and then another from the neurologist just to make an appointment.

The average waiting list for a new patient to see a headache specialist in the US can be 3-6 months. Then there is the cost. It is not uncommon for appointments to run well over $500 each for a single consultation.  How could we ever afford consulting 32 experts?

That's what makes the MWS so unique.

When you order before the registration closes, you'll jump the waiting list. You get instant access to all 32 experts, doctors, professors and specialists. Like you’ve never seen them before.

All 32 talks have been recorded and are available to you via a private online portal. You'll get on-demand and lifetime access to all the videos, audio and transcripts. You can grab everything today for less than the cost of a single consultation to one of these headache experts. 

One last thing to mention. This is a limited time offer. The Migraine World Summit can only handle so many new people at a time because of the support and community each individual is provided. 

So go ahead and click the button to learn more before registrations close.