Stuff I use
I use a lot of things to manage pain, chronic illness, and sensitivities to a lot of products and have come across a lot of products as well. Here are some links to posts I have written about products I use for chronic pain and chronic illness.
Ice therapy for migraines is a must for me. The IceKap you can use warm as well, but for me ice is nice, man, ice is nice. And the all-around ice treatment does it for me.
I have been using Japanese Mint Oil as a migraine balm for years. I use it on the neck, temples, and forehead. I bring it to work with me and use it often on breaks. Something to just ease things when the triptan fails, or when I can’t use a triptan that day. Sort of an aromatherapy plus muscle tension release.
I adore Avulux migraine spectacles. I use them indoors and outdoors and they are awesome for my photophobia. As well as reducing the intensity and duration of my migraine attacks. This product is seriously awesome.
I use to Oska Pulse every day for pain management of FM and migraines. It is an external pain device using PEMF technology. If you are interested in purchasing one you can use my blogger discount of BRAIN to get $55 dollars off the price.
from Mother Earth Essentials: They have a body wash and lotion in the same scent. And this shampoo is divine. I came across it by happenchance as a hotel uses it in Banff. I am finicky with shampoo being allergic to a lot of the chemicals they put in things, but this was perfect. And the scent is so soothing. Something about the scent of peppermint that I love when it comes to aromatherapy. I can’t find it on Amazon or even this combo in a different product, so this is where I get it.
Stuff I want to try:
Plantlife Soap: The soap I want to try is Vanilla Orange because it sounds delicious and it is for dry skin. Now usually I am all about the peppermint, which they have, but it says it is for oily skin, so that is why I am giving this one a go.
Also, see my 2017 Christmas list of which I mention a lot of things I use and recommend but have not actually made posts about. Christmas Gift ideas for chronic pain