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    So some days I've left my heater on almost all day and by the evening as you can imagine my room is quite stuffy. But the problem is that when I walk in and out of my room, the other rooms in the house seem fine but when I go back to mine I get a horrible headache. What's going on? It must be the heater, right?
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    the sudden change in temperature can cause headaches, thats what Id imagine is doing it. I don't think its likely to be specifically the heater, but you never know, could be some emissions its producing
 
 
 
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