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Best Gifts for People with Migraine

Best Gifts for People with Migraine-Joy for All

The best gifts for migraine sufferers are the things that actually make a positive impact on their daily lives. I will describe some of my favorites and some that I hear many positive things about from the migraine community. It always helps to have a little help from your friends and in this case, I hope you consider this post helpful from someone who gets it. 

Each item on this list has been used by me and I back wholeheartedly. There are many things out there targeting migraine sufferers, but if they don’t seem beneficial you won’t find me writing about them. What you will always find is my passion to help others as I know this migraine road is not easy.

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Best For Comfort

Migrastil Migraine Stick

best gifts for migraine sufferers: migraine stick

This is hands down one of my favorite natural products. This does not mean I would throw out medications. It is simply one more tool in the kit for the migraine sufferer. It helps with pain and odor triggers. This stick has saved me numerous times. As a part of my regiment this gives me more confidence I am prepared to fight this illness. Read more about it in my post the Migrastil Stick Review. Get it here

Migrastil Migraine Cream

best gifts for migraine sufferers: migraine cream

This cream has helped me substantially with sore muscles which can trigger a migraine. Specifically, I have used this on my neck and shoulders.  It is lightly scented, but not overpowering. You only need to use a small amount of the creme for it to be effective. You can even combine the cream and the migraine stick or purchase their kit if you like.  Get them here.

Relief Cap:

My favorite is the TheraICE Migraine Cap.

This provides gentle relief for your entire head and can cover your eyes if you wish. At first, I was skeptical as I am so sensitive to a migraine. However, ice has been something that can provide some relief. This migraine cap is so soft and slides on so easily that it has been a welcomed addition to my regiment. I cannot say it has replaced my medications, but yet again another product I don’t want to give up!

Cold Eye Mask: My favorite is the NEWGO Cooling Eye Mask.

I love it for its softness and dual sides. One side is filled with super soft beads and liquid that gets cold and the other side is a soft cloth. It has a strap that is very gentle on the head, which is very important when you have or may be getting a migraine. This can also be helpful with other headache types or simply eye puffiness as well. For example, if I have a sinus headache or a sleepless night with the little ones this eye mask has come to the rescue.

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gifts for migraine sufferers

Eye Masks for Sleeping/Light Blocking

One of the best I have found is the Alaska Bear Soft Sleep and Cloud Soft Eye Cover. This mask is gentle on the eyes and head. It is so lightweight and is comfortable in any sleeping position. There are many options out there. Just finding a good quality eye mask that blocks out the light is a huge blessing to the migraine sufferer. Adding comfort will be an added gift.  

The MZOO Sleep Mask for Men and Women is amazing. I have used this at home, traveling, and even in my hospital stay. It is very comfortable and completely blocks out the light. This is a staple in my migraine kit.

Migraine Friendly Bulbs

The National Headache Institute says that bulbs that are within the 2700 Kelvin range are better for migraine sufferers. The Relax light bulbs have replaced all the bulbs in my classroom and home. The difference they make is so noticeable. One day I had a bulb burn out and tried to temporarily replace it with a “regular” or more common bulb. Whoa! I could tell the difference. These are great find!


A great pair of sunglasses is also a great gift for the migraine sufferer. Honestly, this is one purchase I am willing to splurge a little on. It doesn’t always take the most expensive thing, but you do want the light blocked out. Bright light can be a trigger and also be extremely painful during a migraine.

Blue Light Glasses

These can be a huge blessing when spending long hours at the computer. Check in with your gift receiver and find out their needs. There are some great blue light glasses out there. These can include additional needs as well. For example, there are prescription glasses, reading glasses, and glasses that block other types of light as well.

Experience Gifts

best gifts for migraine sufferers: coffee cup with milk making flower pattern

I hear this term being used more and more. I think there are times a migraine sufferer feels they may miss out on life due to a migraine. However, they want nothing more than to show up for the people they care about. Perhaps a gift card to a favorite restaurant with the intention of catching up over dinner or scheduling a spa time for you both to get your nails done would mean the world to your friend or loved one. In life time can truly be the best gift and investment.

Not on the List

Some items you can steer clear of are candles and smelly hand lotions/soaps. However, if you know the gift receiver loves candles or lotions with the scents you are purchasing and/or you purchase a gift receipt you may be covered. It is important to note that strong smells can be a big trigger for migraines and can aggravate one as well. 

best gifts for migraine sufferers: candles

Anything with flashing lights should be avoided. Many do not know that flashing lights can trigger a migraine and this can be a trigger that changes for people over time. So it is better to play it safe with this one.

Stay Connected

Join us in the Facebook Group or send a message on the contact page. This is a place for community and encouragement. As we enter the holiday season, I will continue to cover a variety of topics. If you missed my post, Migraines During the Holidays check it out. It has a variety of tips for going through the season with migraines which include how to be prepared and find joy.

34 thoughts on “Best Gifts for People with Migraine”

  1. I love all of these suggestions for gifts for people with migraines. I suffer from migraines and I’ve never heard of migrastil. I can’t say that I can’t wait to try it, because really, I don’t want a migraine – but I’m always happy to try a remedy to get me through it. Thanks for this list!

  2. It’s a great list to choose from when deciding on a gift. I didn’t know about the specific migraine products that are available. I will keep these ideas in mind for the future. Thanks for sharing this useful post!

  3. I’m currently sitting on day 5 with a migraine over my left eye. Literally adding all these to my cart as we speak, thanks so much for sharing the things that have helped you!

  4. As someone who suffers from migraines and other health issues, I really appreciate this post. Honestly, I haven’t seen many gifts for migraine sufferers so I am gifting myself with that NEWGO eye mask. Not to mention I hate the heat and it is about to start getting hot!

  5. This is a great list! My husband’s eye mask is very worn out. I’m going to look into getting the one you recommended!

  6. Wow, this is awesome for anyone searching for cool gift ideas for their migraine-suffering friends or family. Thanks for hooking us up with this guide!

  7. I believe the cold eye masks are really helpful. May I add a jade roller, I use it to massage my head when I have sinuses- I guess it’s worth the try.

  8. How cool. I never thought about migraine-specific gifts. It’s good to know about these things. I have 2 colleagues suffering from migraines and now I have a better idea of gifts to get them. Will save this post for future reference. Thanks!

  9. Good post with great gift ideas to help out those you love when they are suffering with a migraine. And the tips on what to avoid are perfect too especially because many people tend to gift those things.

  10. I do suffer from migraines from time to time and I have never thought about using some of these items. I think I may purchase some blue light glasses. I’m at the computer all day at work.

  11. I wish I would have discovered your website so much sooner. I tend to always buy candles for people (because I love them so much!), but I never thought about how the smells can affect those with headaches! I love the idea of experience gifts….they make such good memories!

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