Leah56

268d

What are some alternative ways you relieve migraines?

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  • daydream.elf

    268d

    ketamine infusions or the SGB shot

  • liladyscarly

    268d

    Ice packs, cbd/thc, acupuncture

  • Meg678

    268d

    2,000mg CBD cream to the temples, forehead, behind ears, and back of the neck.

  • incogneato

    268d

    Weighted sleep mask

  • KirbyWirby

    267d

    Voltaren or Biofreeze on my scalp and neck where it hurts the most, or switching between ice and heat. Caffeine helps me a lot.

    • Sammo19

      267d

      I second the voltaren gel! It’s a life saver.

  • E11iefant

    267d

    This one is definitely weird but it helps me a ton! 1. Put on a relaxing music playlist on the lowest volume. 2. For the first song, focus on completely relaxing your eyes and the muscles around them 3. For the next song, imagine that your sinuses are opening (ears, nose, & eyes) 4. For the next song, focus on relaxing your shoulders and neck 5. For the next song, focus on breathing down into your belly, keeping your shoulders relaxed. 6. For the next song, focus on relaxing everything from the hips down. 7. For the last song, relax from the toes up to your head and take deep breaths into your belly. 8. Lay there for as long as you need to, or take the best nap of your life :)

  • PPoppy

    264d

    One thing that's always helped me is having a pink or red lightbulb wherever I spend the most time during a migrain (preferably somewhere with no other light source). It's a way to still see without a painful reaction! I stopped having migraines as often after I started using just my pink bulbs or Christmas lights and avoid harsh lighting as much as I can at night and let sun into my room through sheer curtains during the day to light the room while filtering the light just enough. LED lights and direct sunlight contribute the most.

  • Brick.Mel.Puff

    264d

    - Peppermint oil on forehead, temples, behind ears, back of neck. - weighted sleep mask (lavender scented) - I have an Alexa (echo) and play the sleep jar ambient noises like flowing water or rain while I try and sleep

  • Weevil

    262d

    ungodly amounts of caffeine help sometimes. wearing sunglasses for light sensitivity. wearing headphones for noise sensitivity.

  • Fluffsy

    262d

    I have a strong cup of coffee put an ice pack or a heating pad on the areas it hurts and lay down somewhere in a dark room and try to go to sleep. Usually I take ibuprofen or something too but I use it in combination with all of those things

  • EeveeMae

    262d

    Eating something with protein also really helps. My neuro suggested it to me several years ago and it’s been a game-changer for me. I’ll either do a spoon of peanut butter or a dark chocolate Reese’s and a caffeinated non-diet soda then lay down for 30-60 minutes and will be in much better shape

    • Fluffsy

      261d

      this! I like eating a fried egg or toast with peanut butter

  • Greeny

    261d

    Ice packs, peppermint oil, and something lightly weighted that I cover my eyes with

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