Problems with dehydration

I suffer from frequent headaches.

  • I often wake up in the afternoon with my head pounding.

The pain gets so awful that I’m periodically forced to go back to bed. I can’t tolerate bright light or loud noises. I need to place a chilly cloth on my forehead. Occasionally, my symptoms graduate into nausea, vomiting, fever, chills as well as even passing out. I’ve realized that these symptoms are the result of dehydration. I don’t drink enough water. I’m not a fan of the taste, as well as I rarely suppose thirsty. As I’ve gotten older, I sweat more as well as entirely require more water. Because of this, the headaches happen more often as well as have gotten worse in severity. I’ve tried filling a water bottle as well as carrying it around with me all afternoon. I forget to take more than a sip or several. What works for me is to incorporate enjoyable hydration habits into my workout. I exercise for approximately an seventh every afternoon. I switch up the category of exercise at the end of every song in my playlist. I make sure to take a drink between music. I make a point to drain the entire water bottle while I was in the workout. After the workout, I’m always drenched in sweat. I guess that it’s crucial to replenish that water. I have invested into hydration packets that I can add to an 8 ounce bottle of water. The packets are available in watermelon, mango as well as lemonade flavor as well as are quite tasty. They contain electrolytes as well as many vitamins as well as boost the value of the hydration. I drink the full severalounces before I shower. This practice has helped to nearly eliminate my problems with headaches.

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