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Printable migraine journal by migrainevibe.com

We've just created this 2 page migraine journal, it's friendly colored and easy to use.
You just need to print 2 sided, fold in 2, this way you'll get like a little booklet with the triggers on the cover and the actual migraine journal entries inside.

I'm actually the first tester of this print. My copy already has 2 entries :) but please feel free to drop us an email at alexandra@migrainevibe.com if you have any feedback.

Once you've collected a few entries in your journal you can already notice different patterns: you can identify a trigger or experiment and find you're most responsive medicine. For me the most interesting part about keeping track of my headaches was that I can now have a better overview on their frequency. It's like their timed, apparently they always start at night time, every ten days.

You too can be you're own migraine Sherlock!

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Printable migraine journal by migrainevibe.com

  1. 1. DATE STARTED DURATION PAIN TRIGGER # MEDICATION COMMENTS (in hours) SCALE AM Evening PM NAME DOSE No relief Complete relief…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   ……………..........................................…………….......    ……………......  ……………...... …………….............. …………   …………….......................................... Carefully designed by MigraineVibe.com
  2. 2. Pain Scale - legend Triggers 1. lack of food 13. physical exertion 2. dehydration 14. hormonal changes (menstrual 3. alcohol period) 4. caffeine 15. sleep (excess or lack) 5. red wine 16. poor posture 6. blue or aged cheese 17. neck or shoulder tension 7. chocolate 18. teeth grinding 8. beer 9. bananas 10. citrus juice 11. smoked meat 19. air exposure (hot or cold) 12. artificial sweeteners 20. bright lights 21. tobacco smoke 22. loud sounds 23. changes in climate 24. strong smells 25. altitude 26. stress 27. stress relief 28. anxiety 29. shock 32. some types of sleeping tablets 30. depression 33. the contraceptive pill 31. excitement 34. hormone replacement therapy (HRT), (sometimes used to treat the menopause) 35. …………………. 36. …………………. 37. …………………. 38. …………………. 39. …………………. 40. ………………….

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