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Feeling Headache And Cold. What Sould I Take

I feel hot and cold at the same time and I have had a headache all day. What can I do to feel better FAST?

OK, sounds like you're much too young to be pre-menopausal. Sounds like the flu or something transitory like that. Are you running a fever? If so (and even if you're not), drink lots of water and juice.

And next time, try not to leave reading and papers 'til the last moment (I'm making an assumption here); that also may be contributing to your feeling unwell. Think?

Cold Air causing headache. Why does it make me feel so ill?Please help!?

Out of 5 energies in our body coldness is related to pain.
Cold atmosphere or cold drinks increase the coldness energy in the body and cause pain.
Warm water for drinking is the most simple solution.
There is no medicine for H/A OR MIGRAINE. Not only these but for almost all painful diseases. Hence they become chronic.
Acidity, WORRY, excessive wind, cold , heat, sour food and sinusitis, constipation, intestinal inflammation;
Blockage in the flow of Vital Energy are their causes. None of them can be treated with medicine. Our 100% success in treating migraine &H/A confirms it.
Acupuncture is the best treatment. I can treat it with naturopathy and YOG, but how can you manage pl see.

Avoid late sleeping if possible;spicy, sour, stale bakery foods and alcohole.
Sweet foods, COCOANUT WATER,sweet fruits, milk, rice, SPROUTS, SALADS and good sleep will help you.
But you try one herbal remedy- two drops of drumstick leaves' juice in opposite nostril if one side pains and both nostrils if full H/A will give you rescue. Betel leaf helps but it isvery strong.
If it is acute pl search a painful point 3-6 mm behind your thumb nail and press it, H/A will disappear within 30 seconds.

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Can a cold shower help my headache?

I've had migraines ever since I can remember and the best thing that works for me is a 80 degree shower ,I'll sit down let the water hit every single spot on my head. I like to stay in there until I get tired honestly and man does it makes me feel a lot better.

I don't think the rainy weather has to do with it, in my case being in the sun makes it worse, most of the time that is how my migraines start.

I think taking a cold shower at that degree... it's almost like getting brain freeze, which hurts.

Headache after drinking cold water?

The back of the mouth has blood vessels that constrict when you drink something cold. When the vessels return to their normal size it rushes blood to the brain, causing 'brain freeze'

Can cold air cause headaches?

I remeber when I was 10 years old, I would get these really strong headaches. And it was all through the winter. And soon as warm weather came, they would clear up.

I no longer get them, but when the weather gets cold.. I feel like this weirdness in my head. But thats it. I also have problems with my sinuses once in a while.

Why do I get headache after crying?

Two reasons really. Physical (muscular) tension and emotional tension. Think about all the muscles you use when you cry. From the neck to the face to the head, especially forehead, your muscles are involuntarily contracting- tensing up in all kinds of ways. You can’t help it. That’s just what happens when we cry. These muscles are being used in ways they are not normally used. That makes them achey and sore. You usually won’t notice it until you’ve stopped crying, when the have a chance to relax again, but do so gradually, giving you a lingering headache. Then there’s the emotions that go along with crying. You wouldn’t be crying if you were not really upset about something or someone. Someone you care about hurt you. Someone you trusted betrayed you. A bad situation came up, maybe suddenly, unexpectedly. And a million other circumstances that can happen and drive you to tears. All these negative emotions make you feel bad. Your body produces adrenalin, cortisol and other substances that rile you up. And they can bring on headaches and other discomforts that maybe you hadn’t even noticed. Sometimes the best thing you can do is let out. Just let it go. Find a private place to go to where you can cry and weep and sob. There’s no shame in this. We all go through this type of thing every now and then. We wouldn’t be human if we didn’t. Crying helps release negativity. Most people feel better after a good cry. This goes for men as well as women. And afterward, try to lay down in a dark, quiet room with a damp cold or warm (depends on which makes you feel better) washcloth over your eyes and forehead. Take some Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen if you are not allergic and don’t have a problem that prohibits you from taking these meds. Call a close, trusted friend and talk about what’s bothering you. If you believe in a superior being (Buddha, God, Jesus, Allah, Goddess- whatever you choose to call the being,) Pray. Hope this helps.

Why do we get a headache when drinking cold water?

The trigeminal nerve, shown in yellow, conducts signals from dilating blood vessels in the palate to the brain, which interprets the pain as coming from the forehead.Short answer:Brain freeze is practically a rite of summer. It happens when you eat ice cream or gulp something ice cold too quickly. The scientific term is sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia, but that's a mouthful. Brain freeze is your body's way of putting on the brakes, telling you to slow down and take it easy.Long answer:A cold-stimulus headache, also known as brain freeze, ice-cream headache, trigeminal headache[1] [2] or its given scientific name sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia (meaning "pain of the sphenopalatine ganglion"), is a form of brief pain or headache commonly associated with consumption (particularly quick consumption) of cold beverages or foods such as ice cream and ice pops.It is caused by having something cold touch the roof of the mouth, and is believed to result from a nerve response causing rapid constriction and swelling of blood vessels[3] or a "referring" of pain from the roof of the mouth to the head.[4] [5] The rate of intake for cold foods has been studied as a contributing factor.[6] A cold-stimulus headache is distinct from dentin hypersensitivity, a type of pain that can occur under similar circumstances.Cats and other animals have been observed experiencing a similar reaction when presented with a similar stimulus.[7]The term ice-cream headache has been in use since at least January 31, 1937, contained in a journal entry by Rebecca Timbres published in the 1939 book We Didn't Ask Utopia: A Quaker Family in Soviet Russia.[8]Footnotes[1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc...[2] Ice cream evoked headaches (ICE-H) study: randomised trial of accelerated versus cautious ice cream eating regimen[3] What causes an ice cream headache?[4] Ice cream headaches[5] http://www.medterms.com/script/m...[6] The Dairy Education eBook Series[7] Do Cats Actually Get 'Brain Freeze' When They Eat Cold Treats?[8] We didn't ask Utopia; a Quaker family in soviet Russia

I have a sore throat and minor headache...Cold?`?

The sore throat is on a scale of a 6 and the headache is a 5. If this is a minor cold how long would something like this last? This is the second day. I heard working out could help. And would it be ok to workout because I would like to anyway.

Why do I feel a headache after standing in a strong wind for a while?

I get headaches from strong wind, air conditioning, ceiling fans, pretty much anything blowing on my head. I’ve gotten to the point where I can tolerate the AC in the summer but in the winter I wear hats all the time. Car ACs are the worst because it is so hard to get the vents positioned just right. Even the air flow deflecting off the window will get me. My husband knows he can adjust the car’s vents up and down but not left and right. Then once I get that chill I can’t get rid of it. I had ONE doctor tell me that it was basically the same thing as an ice cream headache. There is a big drop in the temperature of the blood around the brain. Every other doctor told me I was making it up.

Why do we get a headache when we catch a cold?

Hello, In both colds and the flu, swelling and mucus can accumulate in the sinus cavities which may lead to sinus pain and other headache symptoms. Sinus headaches are associated with a deep and constant pain in the cheekbones, forehead, or bridge of the nose.Hope i was of some help to you.