Hi! I’m Sam, a senior in high school living with daily chronic refractory migraines. I am starting this blog to help others with migraines or any other disability navigate through life and school.
As mentioned in Migraine Symptoms and Solutions and Migraine Survival Pack, FL-41 Tinted glasses have been a lifesaver for photophobia associated to migraines. This specific tint filters out a lot of the wavelengths of light that contribute to light sensitivity, especially from fluorescent lights and computers, TVs, and phones. In fact, the University of Utah … Continue reading Axon Optics Tinted Migraine Glasses Review
When you’re in a lot of pain it’s extremely difficult to function because the pain can become all-encompassing. This is especially true with migraines. In a horrible spike, anything besides lying a cool, silent, pitch black room makes the pain so much worse. Living like a hermit may be feasible for a day or two, … Continue reading Distractions for Migraines
Going to the emergency room is a last resort, but if it comes the time it is necessary it is best to prepared (given you have enough time to do so). You never know how long you are going to be there, when you will actually be seen by a doctor, and what will happen. … Continue reading Emergency Room Survival Guide
To take this class, or not to take this class? That is the question. All students, either in high school or college, have to ask this question. But it becomes significantly more difficult when you are also dealing with a chronic illness or disability. What you want to do may be limited by your body. … Continue reading Classes Breakdown for Disabilities