From early childhood to puberty, migraine has an even ratio of boys to girls, but after puberty girls have a much higher frequency of increase in migraine and living with
From early childhood to puberty, migraine has an even ratio of boys to girls, but after puberty girls have a much higher frequency of increase in migraine and living with migraine. However many boys do go on to develop it too and suffer throughout their adult lives. Here to speak to us about how men can help themselves to live with Migraine, is chronic Migraineur, Denis Ryan.
Denis is a a Biodynamic and Integrative Psychotherapist. Living with migraine since his late teens, he has a special interest in long-term health conditions and relating to pain. He has designed courses for both the Migraine Association of Ireland and Arthritis Ireland and has been delivering these courses nationwide and online for the past 3 years.
This event is taking place during Men’s Health Week, an annual week of awareness shining the spotlight on men’s physical and mental health. This year’s theme is MISSION isPOSSIBLE #MensHealthWeek
This event was made possible by HSE National Lottery Award CHO 2 – Mayo/Roscommon and is supported by the Scheme to Support National Organisations which is funded by the Government of Ireland through the Department of Rural and Community Development