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Krissy.marie

834d

I've had this horrible migraine that won't go away all day my only relief is when I'm sleeping

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    • Kim2022

      824d

      You can drink ginger ale. My aunt taught me that. Also pink hemilayen salt (I can't do this anymore. It makes me gag). One last thing that helps me is an eye pad from the freezer. I just leave it in there till I need it and it is frozen.

    • Kim2022

      824d

      You can drink ginger ale. My aunt taught me that. Also pink hemilayen salt (I can't do this anymore. It makes me gag). One last thing that helps me is an eye pad from the freezer. I just leave it in there till I need it and it is frozen.

    • Ameg

      830d

      Been there. Migraine in the works tonight. Hoping it goes away with sleep. Or ice to my head in the morning.

    • WyattPaige

      830d

      I’m so sorry! Something that has helped me with awful migraine symptoms is actually Vicks vapor rub. I put some on my temples and cheek bones and it helps a lot

    • Jessen

      831d

      Those are the worst, especially when they last multiple days. I always use an eye/head massager mask and hide in a dark bathtub 😥

    • Wander

      831d

      Have you tried a head massager it's actually for migraines you can get it on Amazon

    • Jules26

      834d

      Yikes! Been there- be patient with yourself and your body.

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