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Sunday, August 29, 2010


YES!!! I DO!!
I'm glad it's not just me! My husband thinks I just like to complain! LOL
I'm a stay at home/work at home Mom and I live on coffee. I have to force myself to drink water all day otherwise I get horrible headaches. I have to stay away from salt as much as possible too. It's worse for me late at night. If I go to bed soon after I eat out late , I wake in the middle of the night with a pounding headache and I'm dying of thirst like I'm diabetic. I've been checked for diabetes too, and I always get a clean bill of health. It's the darn food!

I have a headache too today. Stay well, sweetie. xoxo

Stephanie: Wow, that sounds exactly like my experience.

Anne: Thanks. Even Lael got a headache; that's just so weird.

I get headaches when I get pretty dehydrated but even before then I start feeling like ass. I wasn't much of a water drinker growing up but as an adult I drink tons of water. And, yes, salty foods speed up my dehydration.

it is very easy to prevent. instead tea or coffe it is better to drink pure water and if you eat something that is salty -just drink more. in hot regions it is normal to have 1,5 litr of pure water per day

I am one of those people prone to headaches, migraine and colds. Usually, my first recourse is White Flower Embrocation (embrocation.50webs.com), also called White Flower Oil.

People often try to "cover up" or ignore the problem by taking Tylenol for the headache, but this doesn't actually fix the problem that you need to eat. brain is signaling a headache to tell you that something is wrong, and to do something about it.

I don't think they cure headaches, while not eating enough can give you headaches, especailly if you do not get enough carbohydrates, sugars, the brain needs to run on fats and proteins do not work very well.

If you have a headache on a regular basis, and can be the result of food allergies or vitamin (a) that is missing from your diet. Eat healthy and pay attention to what you eat and how you feel after so you can prevent headaches from occurring in the first place.

Well I don't think that eating out give
us a headache, the headache could be elicited only in hot weather.

I got tested for diabetes several times, but always obtain a certificate of good health in this account. Seven years ago, however, the problem becomes much more frightening after being hospitalized for rhabdomyolysis, a complication of extreme dehydration muscle.

Eating out is not safe anymore. More and more restaurants have nothing to do with hygiene rules.

I have the same problem when eating out, as I am sure very few chefs respect basic hygiene. I've seen some stuff on TV and even decided not to eat out anymore. There were some hidden cam videos with chefs that picked up meat from the ground with their feet and still cooked it.

Gotta subscribe to that. I am not very pleasantly surprised with restaurants' hygiene.

I really like simple dishes when eating out. I've seen that's the best choice especially when going in restaurants you've never tried before.

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