Lack Of Sleep Induced Migraines

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I can tell you from experience that one of the most common causes of migraines appears to be lack of sleep, at least in my case it does. Nearly every time I have less than 5 hours of sleep I am usually reduced to a haggard weakened individual where light causes me to cringe like a troglodyte and loud sounds echo in my ears and brain like atomic bombs.

Last night was a great show, seeing Vayden play was really cool, though I don’t think their new Bass guitarist is as good as Jason was, they still had a good sound and played an acoustic song “Zoe’s Song” from their album which I had never heard them play live before even though I saw them seven times already.

So time to entertain the children for a few hours and do some housework before going to help out with the Rock Along Productions show tonight, I just wish I can kick this darn migraine, but looks like I will carry it until Monday morning. It could be worse, at least I don’t have mesothelioma or something seriously terminal.

-Justin Germino

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Updated: May 31, 2013 — 7:43 am