My Migraine Journey – Terrell Davis
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Opening Night kicked off with three Top Experts in Migraine followed by two Celebrities, Kristin Chenoweth and Terrell Davis, sharing their migraine stories.
- What inspired you to want to share your story today?
- You first experienced migraine as a child. Tell us about what that first attack felt like.
- How long did it take you to get a diagnosis?
- Migraine is often thought of as a woman’s disease. Have you ever felt there’s a stigma around people with migraine, especially as a male?
- Has this made it difficult to tell someone you had migraine, either in your work or personal life?
- Football projects a very masculine and rough and tough image. How have you seen stigma play out in the NFL and in your career?
- Take us back to your Superbowl experience. What were you feeling physically?
- How did your teammates and coaches react to your migraine attack?
- You’ve shared that your migraine attacks are often triggered by exercise, yet running was your main job. How did you manage that?
- What has helped you with deal with the pain over the years?
- What motivating lessons about managing stress and handling adversity did you learn from migraine and football?
- Are there any words of inspiration you would like to share with the audience on how to manage the pain and their relationships?
- How important has it been for you to have access to a qualified healthcare team to manage your migraine?
- Do you have any advice for those seeking to understand their condition better?
NFL Hall of Famer
Terrell Davis is a former American football running back who played for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL) from 1995 to 2001. Davis was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.
Davis was drafted by the Broncos in the sixth round (196th pick overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft. He is the Denver Broncos all-time leading rusher, with 7,607 rushing yards. As a player, he was given the nickname “T. D.” by players, fans and the media; this denoted both the initials of his first and last name as well as being an abbreviation for touchdown.
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