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AsmGuru62



Joined: 28 Jan 2004
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AsmGuru62
Yes, bad sleep schedule can cause headaches. So, you work whole night and then sleep in a day. That may be it! You should be aware that darkness is connected to the sleep by a very old (millions of years) evolutionary trait?

A very short article:

http://www.drkehres.com/2011/08/true-health-sleep.html

However, if you sleep in a completely dark room - then you may be OK.
Post 06 Sep 2011, 15:53
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Enko



Joined: 03 Apr 2007
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Enko
Bye the way, what do you call headache? Migraine or Cephalgia?

Cephalgia commonly is a light pain in the head, it fills more like pressure in some areas.

Migraine is very similar to a hangover... like someone is nailing the head with some light sensivity.
Post 06 Sep 2011, 17:16
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Overflowz



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AsmGuru62
I'll start normal sleep shchedule now. Also, I have kinda problem, instead of 8 hours (normal) I am sleeping more than 12 hours.. Is that normal ??
Enko
second one.
Post 06 Sep 2011, 17:22
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bitRAKE



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bitRAKE
If you cannot find a trigger for the headaches then it is likely something you do habitually without knowing. Also, try to remember productive times without the headache - what was different? If this doesn't help then try changing _everything_ about the way you work.

Try heavy exertion prior to coding. Try a different workstation: seat, desk, etc. Try different background sounds: I recommend deadmau5 Wink.

This assumes you are in generally good health.
Post 06 Sep 2011, 17:38
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