I am wondering if there are tips for how to keep your migraine attack from getting too bad without having to take any medication. I have been a migraine sufferer for most of my life but only about a year ago was actually diagnosed. I am on an oral CGRP blocker now but am still learning my triggers and to recognize when the migraine is coming. I'm beginning to recognize when the migraine is coming but would love to know if anyone has any tips for ways to hold the migraine at bay or prevent it from being so bad without having to take the medicine. I also know that my neurologist wants to switch me to injections and I have a fear that I will have breakthrough migraines on the injections with no access to the acute treatment now that I have one. Thinking there's ways to keep it at bay might be a fruitless endeavor but I feel there has to be some coping skills that I just haven't learned yet.