10 Apr 2014, 19:50
Hey Brian,I came across your page while reincrahseg a TransAm cycling trip. I noticed that the title about migraines and thought I would check it out. I was surprised because for me, after suffering from an average of one migraine a month since I was about ten years old (I'm 41 now), they virtually vanished when I started riding in 2009. I have only had three since then. They are always very mild, and usually when I haven't been riding regularly. I have been under the assumption that riding had something to do with it. Anyhow, I am wondering if you have had any recurrence since you first posted this.
11 Apr 2014, 10:10
Ive suffered from<a href="http://jnsypawg.com"> kliler</a> migraines for over 20 years now,a0the kind that come on hard and sudden, and knock me on my ass —a0sometimes for days. Ive found that a couple of Excedrin work best for me; since mine are triggered by sinus problem, a Sudafed also helps. And it usually helps to take a nap and try to sleep it off.Hopefully this will be a one-time occurrence —a0migraines are a real pain to ride with.
13 Apr 2014, 08:12
This <a href="http://tsgmwf.com">westibe</a> makes things hella easy.