hi sang

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Posted by Hutch ( on November 09, 2000 at 21:20:27:

In Reply to: Events that trigger cluster headaches? posted by Sang on November 09, 2000 at 18:23:12:

don't be afraid to ask questions, many appear over and over and receive replies over and over. we're here to help each other. feel free to peruse the archives though. as for you question i find that extreme physical exertion is definately a trigger...more specifically immediately following said exertion. as a Marine i find myself "exerting" quite a bit on a daily basis. i find that the sudden slowing or stopping of the activity is what brings on the CH. with running for example, i can feel the aura of the CH coming on, but it will only hit me full on if i slow or stop....this has done wonders for my run time :) to be honest, if i had a choice i just wouldn't run...i really suffer (as we all do) and it just isn't worth it. however you will find others on this board who swear by physical activity as an abortive. ultimately, it's all in the individual.
good luck

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