Monday, December 22, 2008

Christmas Migraine Mascot







I was trying to find a good Christmas Migraine Mascot for this year, but I was having a heck of a problem. First, I tried to find some artwork of grumpy elves, but I couldn't find any. I didn't like the Scrooge ones, but then I found some reindeers with lights in their antlers, which to me represent an aura kind of thing and the lights flashing inside my head at times. What do you think?

9 comments:

baldsue said...

I vote for the middle one

beckiwithani said...

Considering that the last one could give me a migraine because of the flashing lights (I wish that were a joke, but it's not), I say one of the first two. I think I prefer the first.

Christy said...

Yep, I'm afraid to look at the flashing lights, and the top one looks too benign. The middle one, so tangled up he can't move, and cross-eyed cause he's watching an aura unfold, that's the one.

Anonymous said...

I'm voting for the middle one b/c that looks how I feel at the moment. Carolyn

Julie said...

My dentist told me he could help with my migraines and tension headaches. He said I might get migraines from clenching my teeth and that this dental guard would probably help me. He gave me this website to learn more: http://www.theheadacheremedy.com.

Has anyone heard about the NTI before? Does it work? I am intrigued.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I tried NTI but I was still able to clench my molars. Other people have had success with dental devices. I think my bruxism is severe. With all migraine treatments success is individual. It's a hit and miss game, sadly. Carolyn
PS-I tried the other dental devices from the dentist and found they made my clenching worse

Sharoni said...

I vote for the 2nd one, he's the only one who looks miserable.

Mary Kay said...

I like the second one too..what about dressing Barbie up with lights? Then she could be Christmas Migraine Barbie!

Ellen Schnakenberg said...

Oh, the flashing lights gave me a nasty migraine. Of course, if my screen wasn't monstrously big it might make a difference too. So cute, but, ugh!

Ellen
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