Quick Use Guide
Guide - 2 Min

Quick Use Guide

Before you Start
You should not use this device if you are currently experiencing :

An ear infection or acute ear pain
A recently perforated eardrum
Any foreign bodies in your ear (including water)
A Recent ear or head surgery

If the symptoms persist, visit or call your doctor to seek medical advice.
a 4 Step guide

When a Migraine Starts

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step 1

Step 1

Starting with the side you feel migraine discomfort, Insert the earpiece gently, aiming for a snug hold.


Rest assured using the Migraine Stopper™ won’t ever make a migraine worse. Most people start with the side with pain, but either side is fine!

step 2

Step 2

Slowly squeeze and release the bulb 30 times, with each pump and release lasting 1-2 seconds. You should feel a push and suction sensation.


If the bulb quickly returns to its shape, there likely isn’t a proper seal. But remember to be gentle while looking for an airtight fit. Also you do not need to press the bulb all the way – always go with what’s comfortable.

step 3

Step 3

Now remove the device and rest for a few seconds. If symptoms improve, keep going until it is completely gone.

If not go to step 4.


The number of cycles it takes varies from person to person.

step 3

Step 4

If your migraine isn’t gone after treating the first ear, move to the other ear and start at step 1.


On average in it takes 4-10 times in the first ear and 1-6 times in the second, but do it as much as you feel is right.