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Of course we know Migraine Insight is the best app there is to track Migraine triggers! It’s the most useful tool you can employ to decrease your migraine severity and frequency. But what else is out there to help?


4 Other Apps to Try for Migraines

Acupressure: Heal Yourself

Acupressure is the idea that manipulating pressure points on the body will relieve migraine tension. Acupressure: Heal Yourself is a collection of 90 pressure points, and how to properly use massage those points to help with migraine pain.

Brainwave: 35 Binanural Series

This app works on the idea that specific tones can incite certain brainwaves, which can change the way we perceive pain. Binaural beats are two tones that have similar yet distinctive frequencies. This type of audio meditation has been shown to aid acute migraine pain.


Migraines have been linked to hyperexcitability of the brain — and meditation has been shown to calm the brain. Calm is a meditation/mindfulness app that includes guided meditations for different situations, like sleep or anxiety.

Night shift — you already have it!

Most smartphones come with a function to change the type of light your phone emits from harsh white to a soothing blue or softer light. Since bright lights can be a trigger, keeping your phone switched to this softer lighting can prevent light-triggered migraines.

Our Team: We are Here to Help

We are a small, dedicated app development team that wants you to better understand your migraines and triggers. Everyone on the team has lived with migraines at some point in their lives. We are your community, and we’re here to help. Reach out any time with questions. [email protected].

As always — please seek the advice of a doctor for medical questions. Our app team cannot give medical advice.

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