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Why can a head hurt in the cold

So, according to a specialist, pain in the head can occur when a person suddenly leaves the room on the street. He noted that this situation is not related to the state of the cerebral vessels.

The vessels of the brain have their own, special regulation. Until the upper, systolic blood pressure rises to 200, the systems that stabilize blood flow in the brain work adequately, and nothing happens to the vessels, including in the cold. Only above this indicator there is a breakdown in regulation and a headache associated with high blood pressure begins. “, – shared Budik.

The doctor said that the headache in cold weather is due to the sensitivity of the skin receptors. At high sensitivity, the receptors react more strongly to cold. You can avoid this with a hat.

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