Quick Use Guide
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.
When a Migraine Starts
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!
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.
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.
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.