Peter_sky at 15h39


Has anyone found a good type of pillow useful in helping reduce M. There seem to be a lot on the market claiming to reduce migraines but I thought it may be worth asking the experts first.

I often wake with a stiff neck and this can lead to a migraine so my way of looking at it is if I can have a better sleep and the right pillow it may just reduce me migraines, Peter
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