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BRATT6504 Posts: 953
8/6/13 8:14 A

I am going to keep trying to figure it out. I hate headaches

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8/5/13 8:03 P

Artificial sweeteners can cause headaches in some people.

CHERIMOOSE Posts: 394
8/5/13 11:06 A

In addition to what Jen said, check your diet for any new additives or foods in your diet. Caffeine withdrawal can also cause headaches. When did the headaches start?

Here is a list of causes of exertional headaches: www.mayoclinic.com/health/exercise-headach
es/DS00641/DSECTION=causes

Most of those can only be diagnosed by a specialist, not a primary doc.


SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 61,087
8/5/13 9:45 A

It's good that you're working with your doctor to determine what might be causing the problem. The only other thing I'd suggest is taking a look at what might have changed when these headaches started (whether it's a change in routine, medical condition, etc.) Sometimes that can help pinpoint the problem.

Coach Jen

BRATT6504 Posts: 953
8/5/13 8:19 A

It is all the time. i drink 8 or more glasses of water a day. I am working with a doctor who is confused by this also.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 61,087
8/5/13 8:11 A

Are you staying well-hydrated? Is this something that's been happening frequently, or was it just a one-time thing?

Coach Jen

BRATT6504 Posts: 953
8/5/13 7:47 A

I would like to know if anyone else gets headaches with any sort of movement. I gardened and got a killer headache that quieted downed. I tried to walk around the store and that was major pain. Am i alone.

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