Our expert says:
Heat exhaustion going into heat stroke can cause headache but will also cause dizziness, muscle cramps, high temperature, palpitations, first sweating and then dry hot skin, disorientation. Your headache could be due to muscle spasm in your upper shoulders or neck. If normal painkillers do not work you should rather let your doctor check it out.
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