Welcome to Healing Well massajenn.
How often do you experience migraines during the night? Do you have any symptoms before you go to sleep? Do you generally know when you're going to wake up with a migraine? I only ask because if you are aware, could you take something for your migraine before you go to bed? Or set an alarm to wake you up?
If the migraines occur with regularity, like during your cycle, on Sunday nights - then you could set an alarm to wake you up on those nights to take something.
You could also try positive affirmations. Before you go to sleep saying to yourself over and over that you will wake up if you get a headache.
Just a couple of thoughts. Hope these help. Good luck. Let us know how it goes.
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