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  1. Hey all,

     

    It's been pretty good for the last few years but I have a cycle trying to ramp up. Last night I got to about a level 6 of a full blown attack. Dosing as soon as this tea cools off.

    I used my wifes albuterol inhaler a few times last week because I was smoking some cruddy weed. I wonder if the albuterol triggered this mess?

    At any rate, time to slay this beast! GL warriors!

     

  2. Hey Marlon. Welcome! I'm 49 and mine started when I was 27 and I also thought they were migraines or something since prior to that I never knew what a headache was except for maybe a hangover. Anyway, once per three years is not too bad! I'm once a year and this place has had me in remission for three years now! Hang in there and read up all the good info. You are in good company.

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  3. The only pattern I can think of is that it tends to happen more often when I am more in need of sleep or more tired I guess. Yeah, lately it makes me feel like the doorbell was ringing. Such a weird thing. Us clusterheads def. have some quirky issues so it's good to try and find correlations. My spectrum of nero type issues is CH, EHS, panic attacks, cold seizures, ringing in the ears, mild tremors in the hands.....

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  4. I used to build websites for a living. It was too much screen time so I had to mostly retire. I wear high grade UV protected prescription sunglasses all day every day (see my avatar!). It seems to help with the light pain and discomfort.

    My neck and shoulders are always messed up even though I beat the beast with busting. The TMJ does not help the situation.

    I find certain sitting postures can be a trigger for me. Mostly a position like sitting up in bed watching tv or the couch can do it.

    Side sleeper here, on my back I get anxiety from the gravity pulling on my lungs and the belly is a no go for comfort.

  5. It's going to take some more time and data to know for sure. Cluster headaches can vary in pain from not too bad to horrible. People in major pain can get hot and break into a sweat but not maintain a fever. I drip in sweat sometimes. Study a list of the major symptoms and keep tabs on it, in the case of cluster headaches you will know more than your doctor. All they can really do is listen to your words and make a diagnosis.

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