Did you know that 39 million people in the United States suffer from migraines? In fact, migraines are the most common neurological disease in the world and the world’s third most common illness overall.

Do you find yourself as part of the 39 million U.S. citizens that struggle with migraines regularly? Have you been searching for relief from the excruciating symptoms, but no relief ever comes when the attacks happen?

Your past, present and future migraine experiences could help cultivate a new migraine medication to help relieve migraine attacks and symptoms. How? By signing up with AutoCruitment to be a participant in a brand-new Migraine Clinical Trial that deals with researching and investigating a new drug for migraines.

Are you not 100% sure if you suffer from migraines? If you have not been officially diagnosed by a doctor, but think you may be suffering from them, the list of common migraine symptoms includes:

  • Throbbing and pulsating head pain,
  • Light and sound sensitivity,
  • Nausea,
  • Pain on one side of your head,
  • Blurred vision and/or auras in your vision,
  • Other vision changes, and
  • Vomiting.

In extreme cases of migraines, a sufferer could also have symptoms including:

  • Not being able to concentrate,
  • Fatigue,
  • Lightheadedness or dizziness,
  • Fever,
  • Mood changes,
  • Neck pain,
  • Numbness and/or tingling,
  • Puffy or swollen eyelids,
  • Smell sensitivity,
  • Feeling weak, and
  • Vertigo.

Typically, people who get migraines will have one to two attacks per month. These attacks can last anywhere between four hours to three days. Women are also three-times more likely to suffer from migraines than men. In fact, eight in ten women will suffer from migraines at some point in her life.

To participate in this research trial for a new migraine drug though, you do not have to be a woman. You simply just need to be between the ages of 18 and 80.

To apply to participate in the study and trial, you must fill out AutoCruitment’s application form. In this form, you will enter your standard registration details such as your name, phone number, email address, birthdate and so on. You will then answer some qualifying questions about your past experiences and brief medical history dealing with migraines.

Some of the questions you will be asked to fill out include how long you have been suffering from migraines, at what age you began having migraines, how many attacks you have in one month, how long the attacks last, if you have any warning signs before an attack, if you have ever been previously prescribed medication for migraine prevention and other questions leading to providing important, relevant information.

The application form should only take you around ten minutes to complete, depending on how extensive your migraine medical history is.

If you are deemed eligible to participate in the study and trial, you will be contacted by a member of the research team. The member will provide you with additional information about the study and confirm that you volunteer to be a participant.

For the study and trial, you will need to visit a local research site every so often. Your point of contact on the research team will provide you with the location in your area that is participating in the trial.

On top of being completely voluntary, being a participant in the study and trial is completely free. You will receive study-related doctor visits, study-related doctor care and the investigational drug all at no-cost to you. You also do not need to have health insurance to participate in the study and trial. There is also a chance you could be compensated for your time and travel while participating in the program.

You can also be confident knowing your registration information is safe with AutoCruitment. Since 2014, AutoCruitment has been streamlining the patient-recruitment process for medical studies and trials. The company makes it is easier for research teams to locate participants and, in turn, safely make faster discoveries and gains in the medical field to help people struggling with medical problems.

Also part of AutoCruitment’s mission is to ensure people suffering from chronic illnesses or diseases feel empowered to be able to locate and enroll themselves in applicable clinical trials that offer access to potential medical advances.

AutoCruitment has helped 247 million patients participate in research studies and clinical trials, has helped complete 522 clinical trials and has saved research teams five months of participation enrollment time on average. The company has experience in helping find participants in the medical areas of psychology and neurology, men’s and women’s health, pediatrics, immunology and rheumatology, general medicine and endocrinology, cardiovascular, dermatology and aesthetics, gastroenterology, ophthalmology and audiology, urology, and respiratory.

If you suffer from migraines and are ready to participate in a new Migraine Clinical Trial to help investigate a new drug for migraines, sign up to see if you are eligible to be a voluntary participant today.