I'm a 22yo male and ever since I could remember I have had headaches more than the average person I would say, enough for me to carry Excedrin everywhere I go. I was in the Air Force and while I was there they did a lot of tests to see if they could diagnosis why I get so many headaches. Nothing was ever found. Through my life I have noticed I get them around "Pushed heat" meaning heat from a heater or a car. Also with smoke and the weather changing seasons.
Anyways I just got these sharp head pains that last only a few seconds. They hurt but I'm so use to migraines that I feel my body is use to extreme head pains in that sense. I've had these sharp pains before but I have gotten some over the past few hours pretty consistently. I don't know the reason...some conditions around me are a bit different though. First off, the weather is getting much warmer. Second, someone smoked right next to me today which doesn't happen normally. that's about it. I did have a headache earlier in the day but I took some Excedrin and it went away then I get these pains.
Any information would be helpful. I'm explaining this the best I possible can.