I searched and couldn't find anything but I know that we have talked about this here before. I used to be a fairly regular migraine sufferer. Slowly, over the course of years, I learned what my triggers are and I've been consistent about avoiding them. I do not believe that I have any food triggers, but some migraine sufferers do. For me they are: dehydration- I drink a lot more water now since then heat- I avoid it whenever possible stress- COVID-19 isn't helping! lack of sleep- I'm not a good sleeper, overall seasonal allergies- I've been taking allergy meds daily since then bright light- I've always had light sensitive eyes and I wear sunglasses frequently I hadn't had one in quite a while but that changed today. And, there is no obvious reason for it. The air is cool and moist. I've been keeping well hydrated. I've been sleeping fair. I always take my allergy meds. My stress level is slightly elevated due to a few things, so that could be it. I'd call this headache a mid-grade to minor grade level in pain. I knew it was coming earlier today too. When I have one coming, I usually have gray patches (partial blindness) in my vision. The next step is auras. Then after those go away, the pain sets in. It starts above my right eye and or in my temples and over the course of hours, it spreads out around my head and into neck. I also have light sensitivity and sound sensitivity, as well as blurred vision to some degree. If I am able to take meds at the first sign of auras, I can usually limit how bad it's going to get. Therefore, I haven't had a severe one in several years, thank God! Bad ones have me squirming in bed, moaning in pain, in a dark room, with a pillow over my head. In this case, the pain is so severe that I can't lay still. I have Imitrex and I took one along with some ibuprofen this morning when the auras began. A few hours later, I popped a couple of tylenol. And, it has helped. I can function now if I need to. The symptoms and pain are there but I am nowhere near needing to remain in bed with a pillow over my head, in the dark and silence. I did do that for the first few hours this morning, though. Migraine headaches suck! Share your experiences, symptoms, and treatments. There is much to be learned about this condition that continues to incapacitate many who suffer from it.