The Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival has been created to provide both headache patients and people who blog about headaches with opportunities to share ideas on topics of particular interest and importance to us.
For the March 2009 carnival I solicited submissions on the topic of "Advice for Creating a Migraine-Friendly Living Environment" I also welcomed entries of general interest to headache and migraine sufferers.
Please continue reading for this month's collection of posts.
Megan Oltman presents a wonderfully thoughtful and creative entry Creating a Migraine-Friendly Home Environment posted at Free My Brain From Migraine Pain.
Jasmine presents a personal entry full of sage tried-and-true advice called Jasmine's Cove posted at her blog of the same name, Jasmine's Cove.
Teri Robert discusses ways to make your home a refuge in Make Your Home Friendly During a Migraine posted at My Migraine Connection.
I have prepared an entry on this month's topic called Coping with a Migraine: My Three Step Approach posted here at Somebody Heal Me.
We also have two excellent submissions outside this month's theme.
James Cottrill presents A Sleep Apnea Mystery Solved? posted at the Headache and Migraine News Blog.
Rosalind Joffe presents No One Ever Said Working With Chronic Illness is Easy posted at Working with Chronic Illness.
Submit your blog article to the April 2009 edition of the Headache and Migraine Disease Blog Carnival using our carnival submission form or by e-mailing your submissions to me directly.
The April 2009 carnival won't have a traditional theme. Instead I ask that you please submit your favorite post of the month.
Entries are due by midnight on Friday, April 10, and the carnival will be posted right here at Somebody Heal Me on Monday, April 13.
Past posts can be found on our Headache Blog Carnival information page.Technorati Tags: headache and migraine disease blog carnival, carnival, depression, migraines, chronic illness, health, somebody heal me
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Content by Diana E. Lee.