Just remember that complete bed rest weakens your entire body, and is not recommended for spinal problems. I am not commenting on your specific case, but generally speaking bed rest is not suggested by the American medical community.
I don't really buy into homeopathy but as far as supplements go, you might look into European studies. I did a lot of reading on migraine treatment years ago and found some worthwhile stuff. I gave up when I could no longer count on American suppliers, even my rheumatologist who liked supplements gave up on them, he notified his patients not to use them. consumerlabs.com was a good site for info years ago, try it and see.
Does acetaminophen work for you? That is the long word for Tylenol.
Be careful with Aleve or naproxen, as the the generic is known, once you have a bad reaction to a couple of NSAIDS, aspirin and Ibufrofen both fall in this class of drugs, you are likely to have more problems with subsequent NSAIDS.
Everything else makes me sleepy, if sedation is one of the possible side effects. That goodness opiates do not effect me that way. But, now I am down to a very low dose of methadone, hooray!!! Hopefully, I will be off of all opiates soon.