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    Quote Originally Posted by Sophia23 View Post
    Have to agree with the hydration in my case, have heard chiropractor works for some, I'm glad this is the case with you and has helped with yours.
    I drink about a pint before I have my coffee and then I take a quart bottle to work with me and try to empty it twice while Iím at work.

    My posture at work doesnít help (looking at computer monitors 9-10 hours a day). The chiropractor really helps because my spine gets subluxation in my upper back and neck which causes the muscles to tense up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
    I drink about a pint before I have my coffee and then I take a quart bottle to work with me and try to empty it twice while I’m at work.

    My posture at work doesn’t help (looking at computer monitors 9-10 hours a day). The chiropractor really helps because my spine gets subluxation in my upper back and neck which causes the muscles to tense up.
    me too, I'm sure my posture isn't much better... I have a desk job too, starting at computer monitors all day....

    I usually try to drink about 8 to 10 20 oz bottles of water a day.... I always notice a huge difference in how I feel, when I go a couple days with a lower water intake... I think it probably does make a difference, as you mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    I think I mentioned this earlier in this thread, but for those who suffer, check your blood pressure. If you can, buy a blood pressure monitor ($50 - $100) to monitor it 2-3 times a day. If your wallet isn't being kind, check your workplace and ask if they have a nurse that can check it for you. If you start to get a migraine, check your blood pressure as soon as it comes on to see if there's any drastic change. It could be the cause.

    I used to have chronic high blood pressure without knowing it. Once I found out a few years ago, I started taking medicine daily for it. It took a couple of years, but I've noticed a few weeks ago that my severe "stay in bed for a day or two" migraines are virtually gone. I haven't had a migraine sick day for a while and I used to get 10--20 a year. I still get chronic headaches and some of them are severe, but they're not migraines and I KNOW it's from stress. And if I do get something close to a migraine, coffee and/or Tylenol + sleep usually knocks it out. Also with those headaches, my blood pressure is elevated.

    Now my blood pressure has been great to the point where the doctor cut my dose in half and said that if I continue on the path, he'll take me off of it for good. A good diet plus exercising 3-6 days a week has helped tremendously. And I lost 20 pounds over that 3+ year period. I'm not a heavy person but I was carrying 25 more pounds than when I was an athlete and much more active. Hope all of this helps.
    That is awesome, DS!! Love reading that your migraines are mostly gone! Great advice ... I know so many on this thread have mentioned the cause of theirs being high blood pressure.

    I'm at the opposite end of the spectrum, super low blood pressure, so they always got to be careful with how they treat mine in order to avoid lowering it any further. Sure mine will pass when I hit menopause.... so many different causes, but seems a vast majority from this thread is high blood pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Happy for ya! Going in the right direction. Maybe not perfect. but the improvement should give you a nice lift, and hopefully lead to continued success!

    I can not compare, though I do have a history of some form of migraines. Fortunately, not often lengthy. But still, I know the feeling of what a really bad headache can do. So I empathize with anyone who suffers more so than I do.

    Thanks, CanDB! Appreciate the kind words...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sophia23 View Post
    Thanks, CanDB! Appreciate the kind words...
    My pleasure! I have a real empathy for migraine sufferers. I am not in the same place as some of you, but when I suffer them, I understand what others must be going though....and probably much worse. It's good that folks share their collective knowledge, even if it does not work for others. Sooner or later it helps speed up the process of finding solutions.

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    Let's go to Times Square on New Years Eve, they said.

    It'll be fun, they said.

    Let's leave early so we can get a good spot and stand there (they said) over 15 hours??? (I said)

    I have avoided Times Square on New Years Eve for decades. I caved in and decided to give it a try to ring in 2020. Worst mistake of my life. Was it incredible? Yes. Was it worth it? NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Let's go to Times Square on New Years Eve, they said.

    It'll be fun, they said.

    Let's leave early so we can get a good spot and stand there (they said) over 15 hours??? (I said)

    I have avoided Times Square on New Years Eve for decades. I caved in and decided to give it a try to ring in 2020. Worst mistake of my life. Was it incredible? Yes. Was it worth it? NO!
    Did you do the diaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Let's go to Times Square on New Years Eve, they said.

    It'll be fun, they said.

    Let's leave early so we can get a good spot and stand there (they said) over 15 hours??? (I said)

    I have avoided Times Square on New Years Eve for decades. I caved in and decided to give it a try to ring in 2020. Worst mistake of my life. Was it incredible? Yes. Was it worth it? NO!
    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Did you do the diaper?
    Hopefully no one wet your shoes....(my cousin told me he got "leaked on" just before he started The Boston Marathon. Hey, tight crowd, no time to waste!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Did you do the diaper?
    I didn't know that was a thing until we got there. lol.

    And no.

    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Hopefully no one wet your shoes....(my cousin told me he got "leaked on" just before he started The Boston Marathon. Hey, tight crowd, no time to waste!)
    It was wet. Not sure if it was pee, alcohol, both or a more disgusting 4th option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    I didn't know that was a thing until we got there. lol.

    And no.


    It was wet. Not sure if it was pee, alcohol, both or a more disgusting 4th option.
    So many options....so little to choose from

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Let's go to Times Square on New Years Eve, they said.

    It'll be fun, they said.

    Let's leave early so we can get a good spot and stand there (they said) over 15 hours??? (I said)

    I have avoided Times Square on New Years Eve for decades. I caved in and decided to give it a try to ring in 2020. Worst mistake of my life. Was it incredible? Yes. Was it worth it? NO!
    that sounds very painful, DS and fun!!

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    So quick story, I was walking to get lunch with a few coworkers and I passed a few people and thought one of them was... nah that can't be him. I couldn't see fully because I was within a chatty crowd deciding if we should go to A or B, and plus no one else noticed. I didn't think twice of it until I saw this video pop up today. This interview happened next door to one of my offices and I missed a chance to meet him. I'm still not sure it was him though because it looked like a clone haha. Then again, I see celebrities walk in and out of my building at least 3 days a week. Mostly sports figures.

    @1:48 he talks about his career with migraines and what he uses now, as well as other things going on with him now. Enjoy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    So quick story, I was walking to get lunch with a few coworkers and I passed a few people and thought one of them was... nah that can't be him. I couldn't see fully because I was within a chatty crowd deciding if we should go to A or B, and plus no one else noticed. I didn't think twice of it until I saw this video pop up today. This interview happened next door to one of my offices and I missed a chance to meet him. I'm still not sure it was him though because it looked like a clone haha. Then again, I see celebrities walk in and out of my building at least 3 days a week. Mostly sports figures.

    @1:48 he talks about his career with migraines and what he uses now, as well as other things going on with him now. Enjoy.

    And in typical Raiders fashion, TD blew right by you and you barely noticed you missed your opportunity

    That's actually a pretty cool story and TD's history with migraines is well known.

    What I really want to know is what was for lunch. Did your choose A over B and then regretted it? Important questions!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    And in typical Raiders fashion, TD blew right by you and you barely noticed you missed your opportunity

    That's actually a pretty cool story and TD's history with migraines is well known.

    What I really want to know is what was for lunch. Did your choose A over B and then regretted it? Important questions!!
    I was Rolando McClain pretty much.

    We ate at a place called Dig Inn. I think it's only in New York, or at least just the east coast. I regretted the decision because of the $$$ spent but it was sooooooooooooooo gooooooooooooood.

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