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Does Working Out Cause Headaches?

Author : Paul Kemp


We all know that if we wish to slim down we must get exercise on a regular basis. It does not matter what others might say; you cannot lose weight just by sitting around. What not a many people realize, however, is that from time to time working out can literally be a pain. You are probably currently familiar with the fact that training can cause pain in your joints, your muscles and your back but did you know that it can also cause headaches?? Unfortunately lots of individuals suffer from exercise induced headaches but, thankfully, there is plenty you can to do treat and prevent them. Here is the way to accomplish that.

Drink a lot of water: this is necessary in regular life but it is extra important while you work out. Headaches are usually a result of dehydration and that can certainly occur after an especially sweaty and successful workout. Drinking a normal volume of water just before, during and after your workout will do a lot to help you keep the headache from setting in after you work out. This might help you cure the headaches that turn up after the workout has been finished for a while too.

Proper warm ups and cool downs are extremely necessary. Jumping straight into an exercise session is usually a real shock to your system--blood rushes to all of the areas that you are working out and takes it out of your brain which often causes a headache to happen. When you complete a thorough warm up, your body will be able to slowly but surely raise the blood flow to the areas that need it and then redistribute it back during your cool down which gives the brain time to adapt to the flow changes.

Breathe adequately during all your heavy exercising and weight lifting. Our brains need oxygen to survive as well as operate properly. Most individuals will hold their breath if they do something that is hard but all that does is lower the amount of oxygen that gets sent to your brain. By exercising good breathing you keep the brain provided with adequate oxygen and can ward off headaches.

If you find that you are affected by headaches regularly and nothing that you are trying is reducing them or helping you keep them away, it is time to talk to your doctor. Your doctor should be able to help you figure out if your headaches are caused by something going wrong during your workouts or if they could be caused by your diet. It is possible that you might will need medication to keep the headaches at bay. Your health care provider is able to help you figure out how to continue training and losing weight without having to fight off headaches.

Nobody enjoys having headaches; in fact, most people do pretty much everything we can think of to hold them at bay. Thankfully there's no rule that says you only have to suffer through all of them. If you take the proper measures and have the right knowledge, you could absolutely avoid your headaches!


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