Win a Free Migraine Barometer!

by James on 10 October 2011

Alas, the Migraine Barometer is sold out.  Or… is it??

Well, yes it is.  But I have a confession to make.  I hid one up my sleeve … just one … so that I could give it away for free.

The new Migraine Barometer

I know there are many of you who are waiting for it to be available again.  Well, who knows?  You could be the one to win this one!

To clarify – this is the new edition of the Migraine Barometer, featured here.  It will be shipped to you (if you win, of course), after the closing of the contest.

We’re doing a special contest this time, where you’ll have multiple chances to win – by doing things like "Liking" the Headache and Migraine News Facebook page, by tweeting, and by leaving a comment.  Just follow the instructions below!

This time, due to the nature of the contest, it’s only open to US residents.  Don’t worry – we’ll have another contest for everyone! :)

The contest closes 2 weeks from today, on the 24th of October.

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Natalie October 15, 2011 at 6:57 pm

Thank goodness other people are recognising weather migraines! Mine come with large barometric changes, up or down, and also with hot weather – I get low blood sugar ones, too, which probably exacerbate the hot weather ones as I don’t eat when it’s too hot. Makes it all a bit of a misery in summer, being allergic to strong UV as well. :s Ho hum. The change is just starting and I really hope I grow out of them the way I’ve grown into them. :(

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kelly buck October 15, 2011 at 7:22 pm

My worst triggers are weather related, and unfortunately mine seem.to be ANY change in barometric pressure, so it has to remain.rather steady over several days not. To present a problem. The most severe remains a sudden drop though, and I can always tell my by head or by my aura the intensity of an incoming storm. I could never live somewhere hurricane prone, and temperature drops get me as well.

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Jocelyn October 15, 2011 at 8:00 pm

My migraine attacks are definitely affected by the weather which is unfortunate as it’s something I have absolutely no control over.

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Deb Ellenberger October 15, 2011 at 9:00 pm

Yes! Barometric changes wreak havoc with my head!

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ana segura October 15, 2011 at 9:04 pm

not really, I think I get them from stress.

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Sheena October 16, 2011 at 10:48 am

My biggest trigger is the weather. I’d love to have the migraine barometer so I can have a better idea when a migraine may be coming so I can be more proactive instead of reactive!

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Jamie October 16, 2011 at 11:22 am

I’m still trying to figure it out. I think it’s a certain amount of change. Sometimes it’s a trigger, sometimes not. I’m working with Drs now to try to figure things out because I can’t take much more :(

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Amy October 16, 2011 at 11:37 am

Barometric pressure dips and climbs like a roller coaster here in the Midwest… I could really use this! Thanks for offering the contest to your readers.

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Candi Malburg October 16, 2011 at 3:14 pm

I wish I knew what was causing my migraines. It seems they happen a lot when it’s about to rain, but sometimes with no rhyme or reason. I am hoping something like this migraine barometer, it might help me to track down the cause.

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Marlene October 16, 2011 at 8:29 pm

I almost feel quilty for wanting to have a chance at winning this new form of telling me if my chances are good or not that my head is going to throb and that, along with that, my chances are pretty good at getting nauseated. Now we all know what is likely to happen to top this episode of insanity off…the heaves.
There are so many like me, similar to me, and even worse than me.
Yes, please enter my name. I would like a chance at winning so that I may have a few extra hours of comfort. And, best wishes to all in getting some help.

Thank you!

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Shelley October 18, 2011 at 8:29 pm

I have never thought about the weather affecting my migraines, but I guess it is possible.

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Nancy October 23, 2011 at 12:36 pm

Fluctuations in barometric pressure can play havoc on Migraineurs. It would be great to have a tool to help predict even one Migraine attack for some who are affected by changes in weather patterns.

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Maureen October 23, 2011 at 2:22 pm

I have a migraine barometer (new, never opened). Is anyone interested in purchasing?

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Jade June 9, 2012 at 3:45 am

Ive been suffering with migraines all my life, in my younger years they were typically triggered by my menstrual cycle, or sometimes eating too much chocolate or cheese, even drinking lemonade would trigger one… but now days its all to do with the Low Pressure, i had a severe bout of migraines about a month or so back and my doctor gave me some pills called SUMATRIPTAN 50MG which in all honesty arent very effective, there is currently a Low Pressure system over the United Kingdom and im its victim yet again perhaps along with many more migraine sufferers!! im tired of these attacks because they literally floor me!! I want a quick fix that takes away all the violent symptoms and not just one or two symptoms… im so going to be buying one of those Migraine Barometers…… If any of you guys have any tips or advice that could help me in some miraculous way, it would be much aprieciated, Kind Regards Jade from Leicestershire UK

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