YouTuber Jo Beckwith says she struggles to find compassion or sympathy, or even be taken seriously by doctors, for migraine attacks. Photo: Courtesy of Jo Beckwith YouTuber Jo Beckwith says she struggles to find compassion or sympathy, or even be taken seriously by doctors, for migraine attacks. Photo: Courtesy of Jo Beckwith
YouTuber Jo Beckwith says she struggles to find compassion or sympathy, or even be taken seriously by doctors, for migraine attacks. Photo: Courtesy of Jo Beckwith
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Living with migraines: two women on lifestyle changes that helped them, and other coping mechanisms

  • Jo Beckwith and Rachelle Cheng both started having migraine attacks in their teens which carried on into adulthood, severely disrupting their work
  • Global awareness campaign Shades for Migraine invites people to post photos of themselves wearing sunglasses on social media on June 21 in support of sufferers

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YouTuber Jo Beckwith says she struggles to find compassion or sympathy, or even be taken seriously by doctors, for migraine attacks. Photo: Courtesy of Jo Beckwith YouTuber Jo Beckwith says she struggles to find compassion or sympathy, or even be taken seriously by doctors, for migraine attacks. Photo: Courtesy of Jo Beckwith
YouTuber Jo Beckwith says she struggles to find compassion or sympathy, or even be taken seriously by doctors, for migraine attacks. Photo: Courtesy of Jo Beckwith
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