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N1-Headache offers different plans for different needs

Choose the best option for you:

  • N1-Headache analysis
  • Individual risk factor Maps
  • Medication Overuse alert
  • Daily diary
  • Custom risk factors
  • Editable N1 factors list
  • Medication library
  • Menstruation calendar
  • Data visualization
  • Period comparison
  • Digital Report
  • Personal Analytical Report

Basic

Free

You can upgrade later with a Code or in-app purchase

N1-Headache Code

Free

Ask your clinician to contact N1-Headache to obtain your code

Premium

$49.99

In-app purchase

  • N1-Headache analysis
  • Individual risk factor Maps
  • Medication Overuse alert
  • Daily diary
  • Custom risk factors
  • Editable N1 factors list
  • Medication library
  • Menstruation calendar
  • Data visualization
  • Period comparison
  • Digital Report
  • Personal Analytical Report
* Without Individual risk factor Maps
  • N1-Headache analysis
  • Individual risk factor Maps
  • Medication Overuse alert
  • Daily diary
  • Custom risk factors
  • Editable N1 factors list
  • Medication library
  • Menstruation calendar
  • Data visualization
  • Period comparison
  • Digital Report
  • Personal Analytical Report
  • N1-Headache analysis
  • Individual risk factor Maps
  • Medication Overuse alert
  • Daily diary
  • Custom risk factors
  • Editable N1 factors list
  • Medication library
  • Menstruation calendar
  • Data visualization
  • Period comparison
  • Digital Report
  • Personal Analytical Report
* Without Individual risk factor Maps

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How can I know what everyday things make my migraine better/worse?

Track for 3 months to find out…

Individual Protector MapTM

Potential “protectors” are factors associated with lower risk of a migraine attack.

N1-Headache pioneered the identification of protective factors. These are often associated with pleasant experiences that reduce stress, including exercise, massage, or even traveling.

Individual Trigger MapTM

Potential “triggers” are factors associated with increased risk of migraine attack.

These may include everyday things you can self-manage, such as getting sufficient sleep, drinking plenty of water, and not missing meals.

Individual no Association MapTM

No Association factors are not associated with your risk of migraine attack.

These factors may include foods and drinks you have been avoiding for no good scientific reason.

How do I discover my personal risk factors and confirm suspected triggers?

Follow these easy steps:

1. Download the app and customize your daily diary

Information you provide us at registration allows us to customize your N1-Headache daily diary.

If you registered with an N1-Headache code or are a Premium member, you can personalize your diary by enabling/disabling predefined factors on your daily tracking list.

2. Add your treatments and your suspected risk factors

N1-Headache uses an international medication database. If your medication is not on the list, you can add it manually. Same for your non-pharmacological treatments.

We developed our list of factors in collaboration with leading migraine specialists. But you can also add suspected triggers and protectors to your daily tracking list.

3. Track your symptoms and your list of suspected factors for 90 days

In less than 3 minutes you can enter all your daily data, using our unique Visual Migraine Language® and 1 tap data entry™.

90 days of daily data entry is required to identify factors associated with migraine attack days and migraine attack-free days. Tracking every day will improve the accuracy of your results.

How do I monitor my response to treatments?

Use these features to evaluate your progress

Medication Overuse alert

We analyse your acute medication use and alert you and your clinician if you are close to or over established thresholds for medication overuse.

Medication Overuse alert is only available if you enroll with an N1-Headache code through your clinician. You may ask your clinician to email us at clinical@n1-headache.com to obtain an access code to our Premium subscription for you.

Period comparison

Have you changed treatments?

N1-Headache allows you to compare the number, severity, and duration of your headaches and migraine attacks between two different periods of time. This feature makes it easy to compare the effectiveness of different medications and other therapies.

MIDAS and Monthly Disability Score

MIDAS helps you measure the impact of your headaches and migraine in terms of missed days at work or school or other activities where you were less productive than normal in the previous 90 days.

Your Monthly Disability Score is based on the information you give us about the impact of your migraines and headaches.

How will my data will be summarized?

Depending on your N1-Headache account

Digital Report

Summary of your data (available at any time) featuring comprehensive visualizations of your tracked data, as well as a Time-period Comparison function that allows you to note the similarity or dissimilarity of the number, severity and duration of your headaches and migraines.

Available for all users.

Personal Analytical Report

All users can receive a PDF providing a summary of all of their tracked data at any time.

Premium and N1-Headache Code users exclusively receive our highly personalized analysis of the risk factors that may increase, decrease or have no effect on their attacks reflected in each of their individual maps, incorporated within the Report.

Click here to view a sample of the Personal Analytical Report.

Real time data sharing with your clinician

If you are an N1-Headache code user, your clinician will have real-time access to your data and receive alerts (along with you) when you are at risk of medication overuse, which makes it convenient to discuss potential changes in therapy together.

Patients should not change their medication without speaking with their clinician.

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