Woman stumbles on migraine ‘cure’ using food clip as others share clever tricks for pain relief

A woman left in writhing in agony after suffering with a migraine revealed how she stumbled on a food bag clip that 'cured' her pain.

Explaining in a Facebook post how after 12 hours and running through her list of usual tricks to ease the pain of the headache, the woman from Indiana began desperately searching for more solutions.

She discovered the Aculief tool but unable to get hold of it immediately she realised a food bag clip was near identical to the contraption and placed it on her hand which she claimed reduced the pain by half with in half an hour.

"This chip clip saved my life tonight. I had a migraine start almost twelve hours ago and about an hour ago it was at an unbearable limit. I had exhausted all of my drugs and tricks I usually use to ease my migraines to no avail," the woman named Elizabeth Hayes explained.

"I Googled fast relief for migraines and it pulled up something called Aculief. I glanced at the counter and saw this chip clip and decided it would do about the same thing.

"Within one minute I had some relief, and within twenty my pain was reduced by half!! I decided to order the real thing off Amazon. Just wanted to share this with everyone, as I know many of you suffer from migraines also."

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The post went viral last year with almost 300,000 people sharing the 'cure' and more than 150,000 comments written on the amazing revelation which costs £19.95.

Others shared their own helpful tips on dealing with the crippling affliction with others recommending using a clip coat hanger in between their forefinger and thumb to access the pressure points.

"The doctor told my husband the best thing for these headaches is magnesium vitamins around 400mg for a man and 320mg for a woman and it works," advised another.

For some scents can be a trigger, so it's helpful to try and smell something soothing that can block that and try and stave off a migraine attack like mint or coffee beans.

In the current climate screen glare can be a huge factor in migraines starting, so reducing the brightness on your screen or regular breaks can bring some relief.

Some experts have suggested sex, in particular orgasms, are a good pain relief when it comes to suffering from migraines as the natural 'feel-good' endorphins are released.

Having a tennis ball to hand can also be a good solution, by rolling it on the ball of your feet and accessing reflexology points it can release tension across other parts of your body.

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