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i have this werd feelings in my head.It all started with pressure n my forehead.Then after sometime the pressure eased and i started getting this strange feelings.They move all over my head sometimes in my neck or sideways around my head.when iam sleeping i dont get them.its not a hedache but a feeling which makes me uncomfortable.I do home study so i dont get to go outside alot.Do you think its bcoz of social anxiety or some other disease.i have no other symptoms.Plz reply soon
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replied July 31st, 2017

Your symptoms were more likely due to electrolyte changes associated with dehydration due to your extreme workout session .

Try to keep your self hydrated during your workouts and use rehydration fluids like gatorade which can help prevent such episodes in the future.

I hope this helps.



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