June is observed as the National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month (MHAM) in the United States. It is encouraged to see a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment and let them know about the current treatments. According to a study presented at a fall meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management in the United States, middle-aged women and African Americans are the most affected by migraine. Migraine and headaches are the most prevalent, disabling neurological conditions that are activated and send signals to the brain. Making the public more aware of this debilitating disease can address the stigma, build strong community relations, and advocate for patients. Always remember your mental health is critical. Stay healthy!