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Environmental Factors

by Derek Connolly / Dec 15, 2017 / category : headache / 9779 views
Environmental Factors

Environmental Factors

If you work in a place where you inhale fumes or toxins you may have already found that this can lead to headaches.

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Environmental substances that can trigger headaches include turpentine, carbon tetrachloride, benzene, formaldehyde, heavy metals (especially lead) and carbon monoxide.

Other workplace conditions that can trigger headaches are bright lights, glare, noise and eyestrain.

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