Does anyone get Headache while working out?

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    Keysersozeh The Devil Himself

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    I ran a little last night and I got a headache last night within 5 min of running. Then tonight at the gym, I started to get a headache after a few min of warm up running.

    Does anyone run into this? Anything you can suggest?

    Thanks.
     
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    Keysersozeh The Devil Himself

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    Thats exactly where it hurts lower head above neck.. It's kinda scary
     
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    Keysersozeh The Devil Himself

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    I'm worried about POP and me hitting the floor dead
     
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    Keysersozeh The Devil Himself

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    That's my concern I'm 2/2. Now, I am taking an extra strength Tyl.
     
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    Actually this has been happening to me a lot recently. I just pop an aspirin whenever it happens and it seems to solve the problem. Hopefully I can find something better to solve this.
     
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    Never happens to me. Maybe you hold your breath when you're lifting heavy weights?

    I'm thinking if you're doing everything correctly, it's just when all the blood you used with your muscles on a heavy workout rushed quickly back to your brain and caused a headache. Doesn't sound too serious, take a pain killer.
     
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