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Frameshift: Don't wait for the car to warm up. Warm yourself directly: A car seat warmer will pull energy directly from the electrical system to start heating within 60 seconds rather than waiting for the entire mass of the engine to heat up before you start feeling warm air. This shouldn't have much impact on the battery or electrical system as the seat ...


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My life hack for this is to run an extension lead out to the car with a fan heater and one of those mechanical timers (with the little plastic tags you press in to activate 15 minute intervals). Half an hour of dedicated heat in a morning before the commute lasts long enough for the cabin heat to take over when the engine has warmed, and having the glass ...


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Ensure the radiator fluid is not worn out. Freshen it up, flush and replace anti-freeze to see if that fixes it.


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I have much the same problem. Of course, follow the advice to get a medical checkup, but here are some things that help me: I realized at some point that the headache trigger for me is not just heat, but the combination of heat and brightness. I now always wear large, dark sunglasses, and sometimes a hat, and can stand much more time outdoors in the heat. ...


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My advice is to have a full medical examination with blood tests and discuss your symptoms with a doctor. Depending on where the headache pain is located , duration and severity of pain could be a sign of a potentially serious medical condition , allergy or a nutritional deficiency. There are probably other triggers as well such as long term stress, diabetes,...


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Additionally to the pressure points indicated by @AlejandroVicaria, I find it useful to massage the points / areas highlighted in the picture below. In my case, I get headaches in case of air drafts (e.g. car's air conditioner), and the most useful is the areas on the sides, around the ears. Some practice will be needed, to find the right spots. Also, ...


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You could use caffeine to mitigate the headache, it's proven that it works in some cases and also hurt in anothers, here I let you a link to know more about this. More info about caffeine and headaches On the other hand I use a lot this remedy: It's simple, you only have to press in this specific zone of your hand to relief a bit the headache. It's a ...


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