These glasses use an FL-41 filter,
a rosy tint to protect your peepers from the wavelengths deemed most triggering to your noggin.
A green light therapy lamp uses the light color that can alleviate pain rather than exacerbate it. Place one on your nightstand for soothing relief.
Green light lamp.
Blackout curtains can block out the daylight when you feel less like walking on sunshine and more like stomping it.
Night shift or nightlight mode.
How to Make Your Bedroom into a Migraine-Prevention Sanctuary of Comfort
Perfumes, scented candles, fabric softener, and harsh cleaners are potential triggers
for migraine episodes.
The scent of lavender in the room might help bust migraine.
Common allergy triggers can also set off a migraine episode. (Lookin’ at you, dust bunnies!)
A small air purifier can keep dust
and pet dander at bay and squash scents wafting
from the kitchen.
Migraine can also be a pain in the neck. Good, supportive pillows are a must.
Pillows and props.
If you don’t have a ceiling fan, invest in a floor version. Even small temperature hikes can trigger migraine attacks.
A white noise machine will block
all the city sounds and the annoyingly chipper birds.
Keep your meds handy
and set reminders for those you take regularly
Applying menthol (found in peppermint)
to your forehead, temples, or back of your neck can ease migraine. Keep a roll-on ready.
Corral any additional items that typically bring you relief into an easy-to-grab bag or pouch.
Depending on your device, night shift or nightlight mode, turns screen tones to a warmer color, blocking out harsh blue light that can trigger or worsen a migraine attack.