Those headaches, along with your other symptoms are all signs of withdrawal. Everyone commonly agrees that many of us suffer from withdrawal from sugar, AND caffeine. What we don't then say.. is that to have withdrawal, you need to be addicted.
This is important because we know how to treat addictions. Abstinence.
In some cases we slowly drop addicts down to lower levels, and even less addictive drugs, but in the end, we need to go cold turkey, and never take the addictive substance again.
I quit Pepsi cold turkey, and it was bad. Proper hydration helped, and I just gritted it out. I can't just have a little bit of pop, without becoming unable to control how much I drink.
People like to say, everything in moderation, but for some things, this is not true. Sugar, and caffeine are not something your body needs, or would normally consume. So your body isn't made to handle it.
"We can't solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them "
- Albert Einstein
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”
- Henry Ford
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