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April 12, 2017Mount PleasantYour BEST tried and proven advice for migraine sufferers?

 

 

 

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  • April Marie I had a daith piercing and noticed a difference within a couple of days. Unfortunately after a few months I had some kind of problem with the piercing and it ended up working itself out. I have multiple piercings and only this one gave me a problem. I do plan to do the other side and try again. I feel even though that one dont work out, its worth trying again.
  • Stacy Hayes-Geer Joey brilliant!! I would place in Tom’s main feed so people see it. Wtf is daith btw?!?
  • Stacy Hayes-Geer April I have to say, I had a piercing before (tongue, plus ears)… Joey was unbelievable… I barely felt it, plus he just has a great energy… If you’re ever in the Boston area, you should see him <3
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  • Tracy Wardlaw Ice pack on the back of the neck and hot steamy towel over the eyes and sinuses. The hot and cold signals at the same time confuse the senses and stop the pain.
  • Christina Lou Jennings Change of eating habits

 

 

  • Heather M. Bukouras I’m prescribed imitrex but only take when this doesn’t work cuz it makes me feel sluggish. I take a long sock and fill it with rice.. I like jasmine rice for this cuz it has a better smell. I tie the sock up and throw it in microwave, checking every 30 seconds to get a temp that is comfortable cuz then I go to dark quiet room and put it on my head and it is instant relief.. or over my eyes etc.. it’s not a guarantee fix but it helped many times and didn’t have to take a pill that gave me side effects.. sounds strange but helps.. u have to constantly move around in microwave to keep rice from burning.. jasmine rice to me jus has more of a pleasant, soothing smell but any rice will work. Dried beans work as well
  • Kristin Rose Kelly Pressure points work pretty good for me
  • Samantha Smead Following for info
  • Lisa Williams Sleep. That, and when you feel it in beginning stages, give yourself brainfreeze. I’m completely serious here- it will hurt like a *bark!* at first, but for me it has curbed a migraine or outright stopped it. <3 hope that helps!
  • Della Rita Rossetti Due to getting hit by a car on my bike when I was 7 years old, I’ve had to deal with chronic migraines ever since. After studying about migraines and joining groups online, I found my panacea in one mineral. Magnesium. Working with a health food store, I found a balance of taking a high powered vitamin with zinc, and a larger dose of magnesium twice a day. You also have to understand your own “triggers,” and that includes stress, the weather, and mostly, food and drinks triggers. I now have my chronic migraines under control, for the first time in my life. Accupuncture works wonders on migraines, and so does cranial work by chiropractors. Sleep is also very essential, I use something I learned in college, known as “fight or flight.” response. And now, I go straight to bed and to sleep, as soon as a chronic migraine hits me. It does something to the brain! And I drink one cup of coffee in the morning, and this has stopped my migraine patterns (the caffeine). Hope the info helps others!
  • Teresa Rasmussen Pink Himalayan salt
  • Amy Stanley Francis Daith piercings
  • Tina Louise Schwind Migraines are different for everyone but for me I also have a bleed in my brain that that causes seizure activity.. Topamax.. Nerve block and steroid blocks.. .. nothing has worked as well as a clean environment pesticides cleaning equipment and smells… healthy food lots of water and a healthy living.. ice caps work really really well!! Magnesium zinc are great to have in your system !staying away from the foods that are your trigger points . Caffeine seems to really help me!!

 

 

  • Verena Stirnemann-Funnell depends what the underlaying cause is. There is a never ending list of triggers ranging from hormonal imbalance to head trauma, eye problem, food allergies, hereditary and so much more…
    I found that with some sufferers regular massage can stop it coming on. It works with most, but not all
  • Angelia DeStephen Dark room cold compress
  • Valorie Stoeber Hot tea and Ibuprofen as soon as it’s coming on.

 

 

  • Holly Kent Ice pack on my head, lavender oil or peppermint, and lay (relax)in a cold dark room… a long time ago I was at a dance competition and got a horrible migraine, so I went back to my hotel to lay down. I had left over meatballs and thought I needed food so I took two bites of one then slugged down some Pepsi. Laid down for an hour and I was cured lol!! I thought for years meatballs and Pepsi was my cure!! ?

 

  • Heide WithaBe Pepsi and meatballs yeahyah!! One time a couple worker handed me can of Coke to “slam”. I thought to self, are u effin kidding me? Slammed it took the edge off (apparently it’s the caffeine) that affects the pain…Hmmm?? Ironic bc coffee gives me migraine ??

 

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  • Holly Kent Yes. There’s caffeine in excedrin migraine! I can take that but sometimes it causes a second migraine.. ?
  • Heide WithaBe In all honesty thank God I haven’t had a migraine in about 2 years….Suffered horrible migraine’s all my years before this…A miracle of sorts ?
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  • Rรญa Failla I mean, to another location far away, preferably one more spacious and full of lots of organic fruits n veggies
  • Heide WithaBe Ice pack on head cold towel around back of neck dark room no noise phone silent lightly Trace forehead temples hairline with slightest touch of fingers…Avoid onions! Meditate ?
  • Sammy Ray Marshall Stop eating, drinking anything with inflammatory properties, within 2 months and usually a lot sooner most people who get them on a regular basis will usually noticing them become less frequent and stop all togeather.
  • Patricia Sobczyk Magnesium, Epsom salt soak
  • Michelle Long My husband studied clinical hypnosis. When we start to get a migraine we shorten our breathing which only makes it worse. Our bodies lock up cause we know the pain is coming and we stop drinking water which dehydrates us and makes it worse. Deep breathing, meditating and drinking plenty of water will help
  • Aimee Marsh Imitrex!!! chiropractor, heat pack on my neck and ice pack on my head! ??
  • Sandie Lee Kisting Pressure point release …book an appointment with massage therapist for prevention. www.indigohealing.massagetherapy.com
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  • Shannon Marie Conrad Peppermint essential oil
  • Chrissy Dodds Don’t go on fb lol I’m sorry I had to say that because fb drama can give u head ache

 

 

  • Chrissy Dodds I think with what happened this week Diane people never saw someone dragged out of airline and more and more the devil also taking over United states
  • Diane Maartens That’s enough to give you a migraine!!
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  • Josette Flannery Put peppermint oil on your forehead temples and back of neck. Next put your feet in very warm water, (as hot as you can stand). Then place a bag of small frozen vegetables on the nape of your neck for 20 minutes.
  • Diane Maartens Don’t talk about it ?
  • Diane Maartens The more “airtime” you give it the longer it will stay the more you talk about it, it is made to feel welcome and will return again to you soon ?
  • Trista Johns Alternating hot & cold water on my head to open up blood vessels. I run the water as hot as I can stand it, then quickly switch it to cold. Then back and forth hot/cold/hot/cold until it eases up.
  • Chrissy Dodds Go in a dark room laydown and it will pass
  • Aimee Marsh Wintergreen essential oils! Rub a tiny bit where it hurts and the pain will go away! Works well!

 

  • Aimee Marsh Can also be used to reduce inflammation…. google it

 

  • Lindsay Bellevage McCreary Cut down on caffeine significantly
  • Renee Machtig Botox injections
  • Jennifer Gammons Mujica Dipping into a cold pool. Head under water. Always helps me. If swimming isnt available then sleeping in a dark room and applying DoTerra Past Tense to the forehead and temples.
  • Bev Koth Leavine I wash my hair in cold water and use ice packs
  • Christine Ungs I heard piercing the inner part of your ear is amazing
  • Kim Folta Temp fix…a reallllly tight baseball hat. Regular massage / lymphatic drainage have seemed to work for my clients. Still on the fence about ear candling.
  • Chrissy Dodds Botox injections her we should all get them
  • Chrissy Dodds Lol they cost a Lot
  • Cassie Fischer Peppermint oil, cannabis, diet change
  • Chrissy Dodds Smoke pot
  • Sarah Frisch Pease Our high impact Turmeric and pink Fijian Ginger. My migraines are pretty much non existent anymore. Also RuRU Cream.
  • Jodi Sunset advil and a cold wet cloth over my eyes and then a nap
  • Chrissy Dodds Because u go to Dr he or she is going to push all these drugs on u witch down. The line is make u get cancer or other. Bad site affects
  • Chrissy Dodds Pot it’s natural
  • Marie Potter Peppermint oil !!
  • Carolyn Clapper Imitrex… unfortunately sometimes all the other stuff just doesn’t work. Though you could try putting peppermint at the base of your neck at the back of your had comma switching between cold and hot packs, turning out lights and laying down, drinking a lot of water, putting your feet in hot water to bring the blood flow down… acupuncture helps to sometimes for me, but I haven’t had much success with acupressure. I hope this helps. The struggles real ?
  • Nina Fields-pourvaranttee excedrine, coca, cola and a steaming towel on your forehead and the back of your neck-it works!

 

 

  • Jenny Lynn There’s an old Lakota remedy someone told me about involving a steamed towel and drinking milk, but then also throwing the milk up…I have the directions if you want them. This lady had tried everything.

 

 

  • Jenny Lynn Hungarian doctor, my bad:

    An old Hungarian doctor couple shared this with my family when I was little.
    When you feel the aura of the vision ( equilibrium off kilter) this is what you should do:

    Drink a glass of milk โ€“ 8 oz or so
    Warm a wet washcloth in the microwave as hot as your skin can stand it without burning

    Find a quiet dark place to put up your feet, lay your head back/down and place that cloth on the back of your neck for 7 min or so

    Wash your hands and stick your finger down your throat until the watery part of the milk comes up.- stop.

    Take a couple of whatever poison you take for headaches, ibuprophen, execdrin, etcโ€ฆ and in about 20-30 min (rest for this long), you should be ready to function with a very minimal amount of head pain, if any.

    Your eyes may be a touch sensitive to light but not as much as a full blown migraine.
    Doing this a few times should stop your migraines, but also find your triggers and keep those things that trigger out of your body, cheese, wine, chocolate, ??

  • Sarah Jango Put hands and feet in very warm water (as hot as comfortably tolerated) and put ice on the back of the neck for 15 minutes. Keeps eyes closed and do slow deep breathing. This helps the pressure built up in the brain to decrease and be dispersed to other parts of the body. Drink 8oz of water before and after. 95% of the time this helps my daughter who has had debilitating migraines for over 2 years.

 

  • Mel Wheeler Bairos I have tried this and it didn’t work for me, but I don’t think I didn’t long enough. Thank you for the advice

 

  • Carolyn Clapper I wish weed was legal in Wisconsin ๐Ÿ™
  • Erika Smith Whole food plant based diet free from chemical additives. I once suffered at least 4 days per week, eventually they became crippling. Meds were completely ineffective. I’ll occasionally get a menstrual migraine & found heat on my back & ice on my neck to be a tremendous help ?
  • Heather Cruz Haven’t found anything yet. Can’t take any pain meds at all. I use an ice pack all over my head. Dehabilitating. I’ll watch this post for tips!
  • Annette Smith Caffiene, dark,cool, quiet, sleep sometimes nothing works

 

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  • Gina Lucariello It’s different for everyone, and so what works will be different. Also deoends on what stage you are in. If I’m at the beginning I can do caffeine, Aleve, and sleep in a dark room, low noise, and sleep it off…. I’ll be fine after sleep. But if its progressed, pain can be too much or vomitimg is too much to go to sleep. Then you can be in it for days. Different meds work at different stages, most of them are harsh on the body and leave you in bed anyway. You have to know what your own symptoms are and trial and error with what works. At the point your in it for the long haul, I’ve discovered a certain level of ‘taking yourself out of your body’ helps quite a bit and makes the episodes shorter. Acupuncture is a big help, even as a preventative. Mostly though, best advice is learn your triggers and avoid them at all costs. Because once it starts, there is no telling where its going to take you.

 

  • Gina Lucariello Incidentally, when I was young they thought migraines were a conditiin of the blood vessels constricting and they thought if they gave patients heart medicine to control blood flow that would help. I was on Inderol for years and it messed up the electrical signaling of my heart rhythm and it caused permanent damage… still have an arrhythmia from it even decades after being off if it. Today they think of it asva nervois system disorder and related to seritonin levels in the brain. The meds are totally different today.
  • LeAnne D Eden You are right. They wanted to put me on the same things as a child but I think my parent declined. Imatrex is a vessel deconstricter and if it’s bad I take one. Good ole ice pack and a coke works too..
  • Gina Lucariello Back then Imitrex was injection only. I had to go to the hospital to get it. After the mess of my younger years I did no meds for the next decade or so. I recently agreed to carry emergency meds, but still wont rake anything everyday.
  • Gina Lucariello And I’m so glad you didn’t take it ๐Ÿ™‚
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  • Beverly Russo Chiropractic
  • Joey Foreman Juice of one lemon, teaspoon of pink Himalayan salt. Stir and drink.
  • Kathleen Ames CBD cannabis!!
  • Deanna Irvin I was getting migraines a couple of times a week to the point where I would puke. Then had to lay in the dark and the sound of ANYTHING would intensify it. Went to an ENT and they did Ct scan and found that my sphenoid sinus cavity (the one in the back) was completely full and compacted. I had surgery two days later to have it drained. For three years I didn’t have any headaches. It was amazing. It was like a whole new life. He said this is a surgery that might have to be repeated every four or five years. I’m just now starting to get headaches again. It has been exactly 4 years.

 

 

  • Deanna Irvin Yw!! Most ENTs always look at the front sinusesโ€ฆthat’s what they were looking for on mine and he happened to catch part of it in a scan so they did another one on my back one and that’s when they found the problem!
  • Cydney Bott Do you know if its possible to not have surgery?
  • Deanna Irvin I’m sure it is….. in my case I had to bc it was compacted full…..might be worth going to the ENT though
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  • Monica Clinton Zmuda Peppermint oil and magnesium and a large glass of water
  • Katie Barnwell I have very bad migraines this will be very interesting
  • LeAnne D Eden Imatrex ice pack and a dark room.

 

  • Tracey Fortune Zomig is a prescription inhaler (like a one shot dose in either nostril that worked for me within 10 seconds. If your insurance copay isn’t too high, try it. Very expensive otherwise. I had them for years..

 

  • LeAnne D Eden Zomig helped but imatrex has been the best so far. I liked maxalt but they stopped maxing it.. I sometimes use the shots if I need to work..
  • Katina Makris I use zomig for a crisis!
  • LeAnne D Eden Yeah I use the shots for emergencies. Or kick it old school..
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  • Richelle Smock Peppermint oil, calcium magnesium, bananas, tons of water, diet, cannabis, and coffee are a few I can think of.

 

 

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  • Dawn Mills Brickey Chiropractic care and cannabis….
  • Tom Birkenmeyer I’ve never had a migraine in my life but a lot of people do suffer with those so I figured a post like this could help people find some solutions just by reading all the replies. Please feel free to share this friends you never know who is looking for a thread like this to help them.

 

 

  • Julie Reschke Thank you for this post. My daughter was just diagnosed with migraine disorder – she gets them almost daily and we are getting desperate to find her some relief. I am going to have her try a few of these suggestions.
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  • Ashley Howell Barnes Coffee and essential oils applied to the temple and back of the neck. Ice packs help too and laying down with the lights off and no stimulation.
  • Rebecca VanDyken FasciaBlaster – Heard from others. Before that would be chiropractor

 

 

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  • Teresa Marroquin Call upon Archangel Raphael..the healing Archangel ?
  • Katina Makris Nothing really cured me 100%

    But menopause helps

    Regular chiropractor helps

    Avoiding your food triggers! Tons of them!!

    Cutting
    out all information Foods!! Beyond sugar, soy, dairy – wine, chocolate, dairy & aged cheeses, yogurt, bananas,
    Of course…

    The whole mold, candida issue is huge!!!!

 

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  • LeAnne D Eden Mold is a huge trigger for me.. I can’t drink one drop of alcohol either.

 

  • Mena Christina Russell She meant inflammatory
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  • Olivia Ochsner I go through phases of getting horrible headaches every single day for weeks, then other phases of migraines/visual migraines. I have tried meditation, energy healing with crystals, 800 mg tylenol, herbal teas, ice packs, etc. But the only thing I have found even comes close to making me feel human again is marijuana.

 

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  • LeAnne D Eden Gave me a worse headache.. shit or I’d be smoking that everyday!
  • Olivia Ochsner Rebecca Galavan Ive been vegan for 3 years. I have been on and off gluten before and I havent noticed any negative effects. I have noticed keeping a vegan whole foods minimally proccessed diet has helped, but unfortunately not enough at this stage.
  • Olivia Ochsner Im glad you found something that has helped you. Its quite the game to play to figure out your triggers that is for sure.
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  • Rebecca Galavan Going Gluten free and dairy free.
    Or just eliminating food that might cause inflammation.

 

 

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  • Stephanie Harris Changing my diet. No sugar, dairy or gluten. Check your environment. Toxic black mold ( often hidden) can wreak havoc on your health. Proflavonol c-100 or 200 can help! Taking the best supplements consistently. Getting fresh air, grounding at the beach. Frankincense or lavender oil (high grade) rubbed on temples and bridge of nose, massage, acupuncture. Detoxing!!!

 

 

 

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  • Amy Lawrenz Botox has been very helpful with my migraines. It’s not a cure (as there is no cure for migraine disease) but it has greatly reduced the severity.

 

 

 

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  • Lucy Gates Was a Migraine sufferer for many years.. Nothing helped..As soon as I started eating healthier Working out & cutting out artifical crap headaches took a hike ..?
    .. Also VERY important, Limitations on sugar & lots of Veggies & WATER WATER & more WATER !! ?

 

 

 

 

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  • October Ramirez Mine includes big pharma, which will most likely have me crucified again on your posts.
    I suffer from chronic and menstrual migraines. I have 25-30 migraine days a months. Sometimes have them 73 days consecutively.
    I try baths. Menthol bubble bath. The daith piercing, ice/ heat treatment.
    I get the Botox injections every three months, no progress.
    I take relpax, it helps. I take a sumitriptan injections, they work, and I can’t throw them up.
    They don’t get rid of my migraines, they make it so I can function. So I can be the best mom I can be. I tried acupressure and acupuncture to no avail.
    I hope to have better medications available to relieve more of my symptoms, for a longer time. I don’t know if I’m 16 or 20+ days into my current migraine. My medicine makes it so I can function, but I have had a headache/ migraine free day as long as I can remember. My mother remembers me complaining of my head hurting at 3 and 4.

 

 

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  • Shanta Pasika I have heard shrooms but I have only had 2 migraines ever and really have no idea

 

 

 

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  • Candy Wisdom Hahahahahaha!!!!! Been there, done that, myself!!!
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  • Jan Harrison Reiki.. meditation.. peppermint oil..
    Heat on neck and upper back.. darkness.. lots of water… shielding energy

 

 

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  • Angela Blank Johnson It depends how bad. I did everything! Everything listed here & more. They were a mix including cluster headaches which are even more intense, about 20-25 days a month.
    They would go for days in end at times & result in an ER visit.
    All the things listed are great, but if no relief comes to you, surgery…

 

 

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  • Mena Christina Russell Two people told me that eating something very cold to induce brain freeze stops them.
    Mine stopped when I stopped using things with man-made fragrance and chemicals and when I eliminated bad or processed foods. Also staying away from other chemicals used for other things, like paint, sealers and adhesives.

 

 

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  • Barbara Rose Well mine is not proven but it helps for me: alternating between hot and cold compress. Dark room, no noise, rest. And just like Sarah said put hands/feet in warm water!! Def helped me!! And if you can tolerate caffeine, maybe a little of that. I can’t have caffeine but in the past when i could, i would drink a bit of coffee.

 

 

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  • Wendy Jasper I am a chronic migraine sufferer and have been for years. I have tried everything on the market and holistic remedies. The final two things on the list are a daith piercing and Botox. I am already doing the Botox therapy and have not had a migraine in a year. I had three or four a week that were debilitating prior to that. I am now planning an appointment with a friend who does piercing to get the daith done. I have heard that the two together have stopped them entirely for some of my friends that have similar problems.

 

 

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  • Cydney Bott So , my bf suffers horrible migraines were it hurts behind his eyes, and he has to lay in the dark .. And will be sore for days. He currently is truing a small dosage of magic mushrooms every four days

 

 

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  • Julia Godlewski Feet in hot water and icepack on the neck
  • Michelle BowenPsychic I open their psychic abilities.
    Stops migraine in its tracks. For life.
    I by the way suffered migraine from the age of two. The more I embraced my ability…the less they came

 

 

 

 

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  • Karen Wood I got rid of my boyfriend.

 

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  • Valerie Townsend I’m not sure why, but I used to have severe headaches……took pain killers and whatever I could find that was recommended. Then the headaches changed into ocular migraines that have no pain of any significance. Now I take nothing. Drink lots of water, do yoga. Stay away from cane sugar. Headaches amount to nothing. Pass in about 15 minutes. It’s all good now.

 

 

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  • Angel Devile Cover your eyes with a damp cloth and lay doen take a nap…. Dark room .. No sounds …

 

 

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  • Erica McGee If you can catch it at the onset, 2 advil and about 4 oz of a caffeine product. A bit of a nap, if you can. Also you need to figure out if it is your sinuses or an actual headache.
    if it is sinuses, heat applied to your sinus cavities, under your eyes and the baking of your skull.

 

 

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  • Amelia Renee Massage!!! I have been suffering from migraine vertigo for over 12 yrs. The only thing that has helped has been massage.

 

 

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  • Renate Ruth You have a strong desire and are over thinking it/ doubting it… the energy has no where to go. Be easy with yoursself by getting off the subject for awhile.
  • Christina Love Plummer Excedrin, hot epsom salt bath, cold wash cloth on head, soothing oils like peppermint, eucalyptus or lavender on your neck (make special blends at health food stores….especially for head or neck pain) a nap (if possible) and or massage also works wonders ?

 

 

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  • Nancy Neill Kurcab Thanks Tom for putting this on your post. Im reading everything, getting a MRi tommorrow want to rule out anything serious I’ve suffered to long!

 

 

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  • Cheri Hickman I’m great at getting rid of migraines, just massaging the scalp in the areas needed and pressing on the points that are tight. My fingers just go where they need to.

 

 

 

 

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  • Lindsey Breegan Also healing tones on youtube, they have them specifically for migraines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Kelly Ferrell I learned when I studied shiatsu that crawling on the floor hanging head down when you have a migraine helps… I don’t get migraines, so never tested it.

 

 

 

 

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  • Laura Jopling Abel Caffeine…. we give caffeine IV’s to patients in the hospital, and/or caffeine suppositories…. it works.

 

 

 

 

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  • Jackie Taylor Benadryl, ice and rest with eyes shut in dark room.

 

 

 

 

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  • Elaine Cormany I just posted 2x articles on my timeline about the ‘wonder” of aspirin. I have proven to myself for many years as a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent as well as a perfect sleep aid. I would definitely read the articles and try aspirin, if you haven’t already. Of course, each of us reacts to things differently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Goldie Vicki Amira DoTerra Past Tense and Peppermint on the Temples, arch of feet and ears relieves headaches.

 

 

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Jamie Akins6:04 The ice pack works great because it helps with inflammation

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Donna Marie6:20 I read pink Himalayan salt works … I don’t recall recipe off the top of my head … since using pink Himalayan salt I haven’t had any … knock on wood

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Mariah Rea7:44 Ever tried a coffee enema?
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Katie Barnwell13:06 eating potatoes

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Donna Michaels1:30 Drink purified water. Many migraines and headaches are the result of dehydration.
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Nicole Brosky17:06 caffine…it contains vasoconstrictive properties. because during a migraine the blood vessels enlarge the caffine can counteract that. so brew some fav tea or maybe coffee. and of course pressure points and i found bath and body works stress relief body lotion all over your neck and temples works great. ive suffered for 20 years and tried all the meds but these things work much better
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Lori Jorgensen24:39 Good morning Tom! Of course it depends on what is causing migrane…
stress induced: essential oil blend with peppermint on pulse points and temples, hydrate with alkaline water, lay down or meditate.
Allergy induced: breathe steam with peppermint or eucalyptus oil, rinsing sinuses with salt water/netipot, chiropractic adjustments to drain sinus cavities, pressure points on face/head.
Coffee or caffeinated tea usually helps me for minor headaches on a daily basis.

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Lori Jorgensen26:25 Gluten free/sugar free diet makes a big difference in many areas…especially inflamation.

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Christine Pederson34:42 Exercise and healthy eating!! Exercise gets the blood flow to help get rid of the headache!! I’ve had plenty of them and that really helps!!

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Christine Pederson35:58 Hey!! Ice on the neck too!!
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Christine Pederson36:33 Massage on the neck!!

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Kristina Venturi43:20 Yes. I’ve on the neck, a plus! Hydrate, too! ?

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Jennifer Katzfey3:28 Peppermint and lavender oil recently! Ice pack and heat on neck. Obviously rest in a dark room. Magnesium suppliments can help. I have had these practically all my life! Double shot of caffeine – I usally have Starbucks can from store, but it does actually help. Bought an infuser to put lavendar oil for restlful sleep helps. ๐Ÿ™‚ Heard about daith piercing in ear… have tried but it hurts and I let it close up. lol. I may try again, but I know has it been helpful for many if pierced in the right spot. Also Epson salt / lavendar bath (found at Walmart) can help relieve them as well. Also someone told me peppermint oil, place on thumb and put right under roof of mouth under front teeth – may be hot, but can take it right away.

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Susan Young Sederstrom0:00 Shakeology cured mine. I have not had one in over 4 years!! Drink it! It does the body good ?

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Janea Sunshine3:56 Daith piercings help with migraines (ears)

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Janea Sunshine5:30 I put the ice pack on top of my head

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Janea Sunshine6:37 Magnesium is suppose to help, I haven’t tried it yet

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Terrie Arndt-Ebben11:31 Try putting your feet in warm water, bend at the waist, and put a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a pillow case, on the back of your neck. The warm water draws the blood from our head and relieves the pressure. ?
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Michele Yienger Sadelson0:00 Never did the warm water, but the peas help A LOT ?
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Stephanie Harris12:18 Hey Tom, I never had a migraine until we moved into a house ridden with black Moldy house (very toxic). Environment can be huge!

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Kim Folta11:22 Lymphatic drainage works every time w my clients ! ๐Ÿ™‚
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Sandra Lori Allan0:41 I get optical migraines

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Sandra Lori Allan2:30 For my opticle migraines, i just relax and wait it out..usually 20 min..and my eyesight comes back.

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Claudia Looze0:00 Maxalt before menopause. After menopause: no more migraines.

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Heather Cruz2:03 I want to share a comment. I’ve had TERRIBLE horrendous killer menstrual migraines for the last year or so. I’ve heard of daith piercing. So this morning I was getting a bad one. Started feeling nauseous then the pain. Usually it’s just an ice pack for me. I took a couple hair clips and pinched one one each side where they would peirce and left them there most the day. My migraine is gone!

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Patricia Roy0:00 Rub lavender essential oil. Rub two drops on your forehead and one drop on each temple. If it’s really bad, also apply two drops on the back of your neck.

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Vanessa Evangelista Thomas0:00 DoTERRA CPTG essential oils are a godsend

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Patricia Roy0:00 I’m doing an article for teen fashion magazine on essential oils in June. Do you send samples? I would mention the company in my article. Let me know.

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Janea Sunshine2:34 Medical Cannabis is the only thing that helps me!

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Char Gustafson0:00 CBD or combination?

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