Headache Hat(Halo) GIVEAWAY

CF-YlSEVIAA9Qmb        Here it is, the first giveaway of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month 
sponsored by Headache Hat!  Although the product was given to me, my opinions are 
my own and I have not been influenced by the company.

I’m starting with giving away my favorite natural way to treat my migraines.  The Headache hat is now named Headache Halo.  Same great product, cute new name!

“The Headache Halo (aka Headache Hat):

This ultimate ice pack for migraines and headaches provides:

– Versatility to move it around wear you want    

   to wear it! 

– Ability to move the small ice packets to hit

  your pain points

– Option to freeze or refrigerate

– Fleece cover to control the temperature

– Pressure on the pain points as desired

– Adjustable tightness” –TheHeadacheHalo

To Enter:

  1. Enter the rafflecopter link

  2. Visit My Migraine Life Facebook page

    1. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.  By entering, entrants agree to a complete release of Facebook.

    2. Please like it so you can continue to follow (this is not mandatory but recommended)

  3. Comment on why you would like to win the Headache Halo

  4. Additional entry: follow @mymigrainelife on twitter.

It will run from 6/7/16 to 6/14/16

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Enter Below!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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44 thoughts on “Headache Hat(Halo) GIVEAWAY

  1. I would love to win because I too struggle with migraines. Fortunately,It has been months since I have had one so bad that I could do nothing but vomit and sleep it off . I am on a preventative two times a day. I have had headaches, but the pain has been tolerable and the headaches are way less frequent than they used to be. I want to try this hat. I have not used anything like this and it seems way better than plain old ice packs.

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    • I didn’t know that. Sorry to hear but I’m glad you are following here. Hopefully you can find new things, like this hat! I wear it making lunches for kids before school and it’s a life saver!

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  2. I would like to win the headache hat halo.
    I suffer daily migraines. In the past I have used ice packs but it only covers one area of the the head. The thought that it cover the majority of the head sounds more practical in decreasing the symptoms of migraine pain.
    I have also suffered a stoke as well as migraine associated vertigo. I am excited to they this new product.

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  3. I’m a breastfeeding mama to a 9 month old baby girl. Although I have some approved medications to use while nursing, I always prefer the natural alternative! Ice packs just don’t do the trick. They don’t stay in place and the cold doesn’t last. The headache (halo) hat looks like a great solution

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  4. I’m a breastfeeding mama to a 9 month old baby girl. Although I have some approved medications to use while nursing, I always prefer the natural alternative! Ice packs just don’t do the trick. They don’t stay in place and the cold doesn’t last. The headache (halo) hat looks like a great solution

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  5. What a great idea! I’m always trying to find the cool spot on the pillow when crushing my migraine into the bed. This way, the cool spot travels with me, and stays in place.

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  6. I would love to win this for my daughter. While I have an occasional migraine, she has chronic migraines. It is rare for her to be completely pain free. This has been going on for five and a half years. She’s only 11. We use ice packs all the time, so I am sure this could help.

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  7. I have had migraines for as long as I can remember. My migraines were put into OVERDRIVE after I had a bad concussion in 2013. I have them on a daily basis, sometimes they last for days! I have tried so many medicines, including many Triptans that made them worse. I love ice packs, but even using multiples they only cover a small area and it’s a balancing act to get them to stay! I also have a lot of trouble with my neck from the whiplash I had from the concussion. I have found little relief. I would live to try one of these Halos, but I couldn’t afford one. Thank you for the chance to win one!

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  8. I’d love to win this! I’ve had a literally non-stop, constant daily headache now for over 9 years and the cooling patches I’ve tried help but I can’t use them on the back of my head. This looks incredible!

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  9. …currently I lie on the couch and attempt to prop a rectangular icebag…which of course is a kin to a circus balancing act 🙂 would like to experience the benefits of the halo!!

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  10. I’m a chronic sufferer myself and although I’m new to your blog, your post about the hypersensitive brain with zillion triggers; strong family history (mine also includes epilepsy that my daughter outgrew) really resonated with me. I’d love to try this halo as alternative to duct taping my peas ice packs every time. You mentioned the pain points and it sounds like this is jusy so much more functional! I also like the idea of being able to move around with my life if I’m in a dizzy phase.
    As a side note, I look forward to reading more about how you cope/function with having so many triggers without isolation.
    Thanks for this blog!

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  11. I would love to try the headache halo! I have been eyeing for a while, but I switched insurance plans mid year and have had to meet two out of pocket maxes as a result (which I’ve already done haha). I live with chronic daily migraine I addition to many other comorbid conditions. Ice is a lifesaver for me and applying pressure to my occipital region also makes me feel better 💜

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