Right side pressure/visual disturbance/lack of focus

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Date Joined Jul 2013
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   Posted 7/31/2013 11:42 PM (GMT -7)   
I have found a lot of comfort tonight in finding this forum. I had a typical (for me) migraine attack on June 18th of year and have not felt the same since. Extremely light sensitive, visual aura/disturbance, feeling that things are moving "too fast" around me, and pressure in my right eye, right eyebrow, and nasal area (sometimes feeling numb.) It's affected everything I do and I worry about whether or not I'll be able to go back to work. I'm on nortriptylin and propanyol at the moment. (Quit a prednisone burst after it caused panic and anxiety.) I get relief from exercise, a hot bath, massage, and reflexology but only temporarily. I'm a 33 year old mother of three small children and I need to be there for them and my husband. I went from being the caregiver of everyone to relying on help from everyone around me. What is working for others?

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Date Joined Aug 2013
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   Posted 8/12/2013 7:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi sdoll,

I suggest that you try to relax your mind and body, and nothing is better than mindfulness meditation. It quiets your mind, allowing you to relax all the muscles on your body, when your body is relaxed, your mind will relax. When your mind is relaxed, you will go into a wonderful state of deep relaxation. When you're in this state, you can visualize that migraine pain into a round energy ball moving out of your head and into space. Visualization is very powerful and most of the time transformation is possible. Try to practise this guided meditation everyday. Good luck and take care! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnH6X63cKRA
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