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SIMONEKP Posts: 2,496
7/4/13 10:39 A

Sounds like dehydration

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7/4/13 9:40 A

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KCLARK89 SparkPoints: (25,131)
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7/4/13 9:26 A

I'm going to second Coach Jen. I typically can't handle drinking much water during my workout unless it is my ST routine, but definitely being more hydrated throughout the course of your day should help.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 55,900
7/3/13 8:41 P

Welcome to the site!

Are you well-hydrated before your workout? Are you drinking water during and after? Dehydration is typically the most common cause of headaches when exercising.

Coach Jen

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7/3/13 7:34 P

Hi everyone. I'm new to Sparkpeople. This is my 3rd day here. I started exercising Monday, and I got a headache right after I was done. I then exercised yesterday for a good 30 minutes (Cardio) and I got a really bad headache after that. I just put in 20 minutes of exercising tonight, and guess what? Another headache is back. Does anyone know is this is normal? Or if this is something that I should be worrying about.
Thanks.

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