Fortunately, avoiding a headache or removing it, is just as easy as drinking enough water (per the National Headache Foundation). It’s nevertheless important to know that if you’ve been drinking plenty of fluids and you’re still suffering from thirst headaches you should consult your primary care doctor, as per Livestrong.
If you notice the sensation of thirst coming on drinking between 16 and 32 ounces of fluid (via Harvard Health Publishing). But, you should drink more water in case you’re severely dehydrated, to make ease the pain. Drinking enough water is crucial particularly if you’re working out. Experts from the MHealthy Physical Activity Program at the University of Michigan recommend staying hydrated prior to, during and after exercising. It’s recommended to drink 7-10 ounces of water throughout the 10-20 minutes of exercise.
Also, don’t wait until you’re thirsty before you drink water. A lot of people believe that they shouldn’t drink until they’re thirsty , but thirst is in fact one of the primary symptoms of dehydration. So, make sure you make sure you drink plenty of water all day long, particularly in the summer months.
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