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ARIANA232 Posts: 10
7/7/10 12:03 P

Do you have high blood pressure? That can cause headaches, and fluid intake could temporarily raise your vascular volume, especially if you are eating high sodium/low potassium... Not to say you should not drink water, by any means, just pace yourself.

DOINGTHIS Posts: 420
7/7/10 11:48 A

Is it cold water? Could it be similar to ice cream 'brain freeze'? I think they say put the tongue on the roof of your mouth and see if that helps.


"Use what talent you possess: the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.

Goal weight is interim goal. Lots more to go.

GLADCASTE Posts: 113
7/7/10 11:38 A

I never heard of that.

LITTLEMISS995 Posts: 295
7/7/10 10:52 A

I'm trying to up my water intake. I drink maybe 16oz a day, if that, and a glass or two of milk and a can of diet soda.

I don't want to become dehydrated as the weather is only getting hotter, and anyways I know that you're supposed to drink at least 32-64oz a day.

But once I get past 16oz, I start to get a headache. I find this to be odd. The water I drink is either from a filtered dispenser (at work) or bottled, not tap, so I don't think it's anything IN the water that's causing it.

Any ideas?

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