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    Ice Pack for Migraines and Headaches
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    headachehat posted:
    Hi - I've had migraines and headaches since childhood. My mom always used to make a bag of ice for me and that numbing sensation and the hard cubes on the pain points always helped (in a dark quiet room). I never liked waking up wet, or that plastic crinkling noise though - I recently invented a much better version of a migraine ice pack called the Headache Hat (www.theheadachehat.com). It's a super comfortable, long lasting ice pack designed specifically for headaches - plus you won't wake up wet as the ice packets are coated in plastic inside this soft spandex wrap. You can pull this right over your eyes to block out light or to get the ice over your eyes. If you reply, I can also send a promo code coupon.
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