My Neuro wants me to try the migraine glasses with the FL-41 tint- has anyone tried these? Photophobia is a big part of my TN attacks, so I can see the benefit if they really work, but it's an expensive proposition to get them in prescription. (Because I am also blind as a bat. )
We both get migraines and a trigger can be using screens. We don't have a choice about using them - I have to work with them and she has to use an iPad for school work. Does anyone have recommendations or comments about this kind of thing? Thanks!
I've been having more trouble with getting migraines from being on the computer. By any chance, can wearing prescription sunglasses help prevent or lessen the trouble with migraines?
Has anyone used glasses tinted to block blue/green light? My photo sensitivity seems to be getting worse. I were glasses and have prescription sunglasses, but I find it a hassle going form one pair to another and don't like being inside with the sunglasses on. My prescription is expensive and I wear my glasses all the time so buying a non prescription to try is not an option,
I'm due to go to Florida next year, and im extremely nervous as my health has deteriorated since my last trip. Does anybody have any tips on how to manage attacks whilst im there in the parks? I don't remember having any attacks in my previous trips.
Bright light is definitely a trigger and even when light wasn't the particular trigger when a migraine starts I often wear sunglasses indoors. I even had to put them on during church Sunday because the sunlight was glaring off of the snow on a hill across the street from our church. The window it was coming in was on the other side of the sanctuary and just barely in my peripheral vision, that was an unwelcome first. I wear sunglasses outside most of the time now too, ever since I had cataract… read more