Pillow Talk

For many, tightness in the neck can be the first sign that a migraine attack is coming; for others, sore muscles in the neck and shoulders can be a trigger. In an ideal world, we spend 7-9 hours a night in bed sleeping. Given all of these factors, pillows can have an enormous impact on the lives of people with migraines.

 

There are hundreds of different styles of pillows out there and finding the one that suits you can be a difficult and important process. Please share what type of pillow you use in the comment section below so we can learn from you.

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