Posted by AlphaGeek on November 05, 2001 at 12:38:22:
I read somewhere that in some cases, the incidence of cluster headaches corresponds to the number of hours of daylight in a given region or season. I understand that this isn't very common, but that now and again it happens. Has anyone here experienced this? I'm very curiousto hear your comments. I ask because during the first 15 years of clusters, I would go through prolonged periods of remission. Generally I would go at least a couple of years betweenclusters, maybe more. The clusters themselves would seldom last more than a couple of months. Six years ago I moved 1500 miles south. Days are warmer here, and longer. Since then, I have had a cluster of headaches every single year; and the groups have lasted up to eight months. It's difficult. I'm starting to wonder if I should move north again. That might be quite an upheaval and a big waste of money: I'd hate to make the move and then discovernothing had changed. Comments, anyone?
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