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Prevent Exercise Induced Headaches

Posted on February 14, 2010

Some people are prone to exertion headaches that kick in shortly after vigorous activity.  Although there may be multiple causes, an exertion headache is triggered by sudden dilation in blood vessels.  You can reduce your chance of having a workout headache by warming up properly and staying well hydrated and well fueled and getting a good night’s sleep every eventing.  Of course, if you get an exertion headache for the first time or a headache that feels worse than you’ve ever experienced, call your physician immediately.

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