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Do You Suffer From Migraines?



In general, symptoms of a migraine attack can include 

Moderate-to-severe, throbbing pain in the head, eye pain.

Most commonly one-sided pain; less frequently both sides of the head are affected.

Pain located near the eye on affected side.

Pain that worsens with exertion or physical activity.Sensitivity to light and/or sound.

Are you looking for a natural way to reduce the pain?


Occasionally I get horrible migraines. I’ve sat in pitch-black rooms, taken every kind of medicine, pounded more water, put a warm or cool compress on my head, played around with essential oils, taken showers, sipped ginger tea… Most of these are comforting, but that’s it. In the past I would drink red wine, not to soothe the ache but as a last-ditch attempt to sort of tuck me into an inevitable state of sleep. Often, there’s nothing I can do but wait it out.

Several migraines ago, when, once again, nothing was working, I was so desperate that even the darkness of my room at night did not seem dark enough. To keep my eyes shut, I put on my Morihata Binchotan Eye Mask that I’d originally bought to help deflate my puffy eyes during allergy season and while flying.

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