1. Colin Walker says: #
    thanks. Travelling home was “interesting” although I did get to fall asleep on the train which helped a bit - at least until I had to walk home from the station in bright sunlight. Not good for my hyper-photosensitivy during an attack. Still, the actual migraine portion itself isn’t the worst bit for me as long as I can lay down in a dark room and sleep - which I did when I got home. It’s the postdrome that really gets me, the “hangover” - a fuzziness and sense of not being “entirely there” accompanied by an ongoing version of my aura (like a dark shadow is hanging over my right eye) that usually lasts for a couple of days.

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