Enjoying blissful relief from migraine pain with Stopain Migraine #Migrainerelief

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For the past twenty-or-so years, I’ve struggled with monthly migraines that range from a minor inconvenience to a major debilitating setback. As they are hormone-related, prevention is not always possible, but there certainly are things I’ve been able to pinpoint and modify to help lessen the impact.

One thing migraines are not, are simple headaches or sinus troubles. It sort of drives me nuts when someone suggests I simply take an aspirin when a migraine hits – if only it were that easy to treat!

Enjoying blissful relief from migraine pain with Stopain Migraine #Migrainerelief

As elimination of my migraines has not been possible yet, I’ve also worked hard to find ways to alleviate the pain and allow me to still function through an episode. My recent introduction to Stopain Migraine has been a welcome one in my on-going quest to find ways to cope with monthly migraines.

Stopain Migraine is a topical gel that is designed to provide fast relief from migraine pain. It’s applied to the back of the neck and behind each ear and can be used by itself or (as it’s topical) it can be used in conjunction with other migraine medications. (Of course, always consult your physician prior to use.)

Enjoying blissful relief from migraine pain with Stopain Migraine #Migrainerelief
Tip: Check out the How to Apply Stopain Migraine (video): https://goo.gl/m6TC3

For me, I found Stopain Migraine to be a wonderful helper during the onset of my last migraine. The cool gel was soothing during application and shortly after application, my moderate pain was reduced to very mild pain. I didn’t take any medicine in conjunction with the Stopain Migraine to see how well it worked on its own and I’m happy to report I am impressed with the results!

I also love the Stopain Migraine is homeopathic product that does not contain aspirin, caffeine, or acetaminophen and is free of dyes and preservatives. It can be reapplied up to 4 times daily, offering continued relief when needed. Overall, a great addition to add to my migraine essentials to help combat pain and get my life back on track!

Did you know that over 36 million people in the US suffer from migraines? Pain can last anywhere from four to 72 hours, which means fast relief is key. Stopain Migraine may be the key to helping you alleviate your migraine symptoms quickly so you can get back to enjoying the important things, like a fun summer vacation!

Want to learn more? Visit the Stopain Migraine Website: https://goo.gl/TuylbQ and “Like” the Stopain Migraine on Facebook: https://goo.gl/etqlpJ

Enjoying blissful relief from migraine pain with Stopain Migraine #Migrainerelief

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Enjoying blissful relief from migraine pain with Stopain Migraine #Migrainerelief

Stopain Migraine is available at Walmart stores and www.walmart.com.  To learn more about Stopain Migraine, visit www.stopainmigraine.com and LIKE the brand on Facebook

This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. I received a package of Stopain Migraine for my own personal use. All opinions, text and experiences are my own.

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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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    • Miranda (Myrabev)
    • July 15, 2015

    I do not think I have never had migraines and I know migraines are not exactly headaches but that’s all I have really bad ones. Not familiar with Stopain migraine either but sounds like a great product

    • Linda Kinsman
    • July 16, 2015

    I don’t suffer from migraines, but a friend of my daughter does. Hers were pretty severe last year. I’ll share this info with her Mom. Thanks!

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