An article from an online Readers’ Digest email (dtd 12 April 2012) entitled “7 Ways to Beat Headaches While Dieting”, noted that loosing weight can cause headache pains.
The article quoted the National Headache Foundation as noting that “diet-related issues” play a role in 30% of all migraines (in addition to less severe types of headaches).
Causes were noted as ranging from low blood sugar to caffeine withdrawal.
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We agree with Readers’ Digest in their “7 Ways to Beat Headaches While Dieting”, and would like to note that, even when you have the best of intentions and do things “right”, sometimes “stuff happens”…
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You have better things to do with your time than be miserable from a headache that may erode your willpower to stay the course!
Here then, is the “Readers’ Digest version” (no pun intended) of the Readers’ Digest “7” causes of headaches while dieting:
Caloric restriction can cause “hunger” headaches. It’s a good idea to eat approximately every four hours.
Remember to choose healthy foods and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to ease cravings for the really “bad stuff”.
Dehydration is a common headache trigger. It may be related to getting insufficient electrolytes or narrowing blood vessels which reduces the brain’s supply of blood and oxygen.
Also, recall that drinking optimal amounts of “good” water actually HELPS you loose weight.
And remember that by the time you’re thirsty, your body is already a bit dehydrated, so drink deeply and often – BEFORE you’re thirsty!
Remember to choose healthy drinks like clean healthy water and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to ease cravings for those “bad sugary caffeinated drinks”.
3. Artificial Sweeteners
According to a study at the University of Washington, Seattle, many people have sensitivities to artificial sweeteners which can manifest as headaches.
Artificial sweeteners are found in both foods AND beverages.
Remember to choose healthy natural sweeteners like fruits, honey, etc and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to ease cravings for those “bad sugars”.
According to CNN Health, about half the people who cut back on sodas, coffee, or other foods and beverages with caffeine, experience headaches and other unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.
Readers’ Digest suggests gradually decreasing caffeine consumption and watching out for those “sugary caffeine drinks”.
Remember to choose healthy non-caffeinated drinks like clean healthy water and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to ease cravings for those “bad sugary caffeinated drinks”.
Readers’ Digest notes that stress can trigger binges and make it hard to stick to a diet. In addition, your body under stress may release chemicals like cortisol and adrenalin which can make blood vessels in your brain contract, which can result in headaches.
Remember to choose healthy ways to dump that stress, like walking and relaxation techniques, and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to reduce stress and anxiety associated with withdrawal symptoms.
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6. Wait Too Long To Eat
Spacing meals too far apart or at irregular intervals can cause a drop in blood sugar levels which triggers your body to release hormones and brain chemicals, similar to a stress response, which can bring on headaches.
Soon after eating, your headache (along with other related symptoms like weakness, shakiness, and low energy) should dissipate if this is the cause.
Remember to eat “healthy foods” regularly (approximately every 4 hours) and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to ease cravings for those “bad foods”.
7. Pushed Too Hard
If you’re new to working out or if you pushed yourself harder than usual, you may experience an “exercise headache”. They can occur before or after working out. Although the exact cause is unknown, according to the Mayo Clinic, these headaches may occur because of blood vessel changes in the brain.
Remember to always warm up prior to a work out, and know that your Bio Apps Crave Ease Patch is working naturally to help you choose healthier lifestyles.
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Please remember that this information is provided for educational purposes only. Contact your medical practitioner for medical advice.