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    Cluster Headaches and heat
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    An_187855 posted:
    Can heat make a cluster headache come on? Well since the apartment building does not have central air and uses a water system for heat and AC the AC has not been turned on till next month.
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    CaptScott responded:
    Extreme temp changes can trigger mine. Either a very hot day or a very cold day can do it. I usually have a cycle in the fall or spring when the seasons change.


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