Posted by Bob P (220.127.116.11) on December 15, 1999 at 15:48:28:
In Reply to: it's about time !!! great job, - long musing attch'd posted by gary g on December 15, 1999 at 14:30:44:
I DON'T HAVE AN ALCOHOL PROBLEM!!!! (just joking)
I'm not so sure the fact that alcohol will trigger a HA while in a cluster is part of the mechanics.
That is: I concur that there is something in us, in our heads, in our genes, that makes us susceptible to CH and to alcoholism. Not one because of the other but both originating from a common malfuction. However I'm of the thinking that alcohol triggering a HA while in a cluster is mearly a common reaction to the vasodilation effect of the alcohol. It does this when not in a cluster too, just look at the red face of a drinker from the vasodilation. There is some other change that has taken place during the cluster that makes the vessels even more sensative to alcohol dilation than they are when not in a cluster.
Just my thoughts, no real facts to back it up.
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