Ice cream headaches are brief, stabbing headaches that can happen when you eat, drink or inhale something cold. Digging into an ice cream cone is a common trigger, but eating or drinking other frosty items, such as ice pops and slushy frozen drinks, can have the same brain-freeze effect.
Sharp stabbing pain in the forehead, Pain that peaks about 20 to 60 seconds after it begins and goes away in about the same time, Pain that rarely lasts longer than five minutes.
place your tongue against the roof of your mouth. This will warm the area and help to reduce your brain freeze. Keep your tongue there for 5-10 seconds until the brain freeze goes away This will warm up your upper palate and reduce blood rushing to your brain.
A thousand and thirteen young adults were included in the study. A clear relationship was observed between headache and depression among the participants. Multivariate analyses demonstrated that nausea or vomiting related to headache and higher headache-related disability scores were independent factors associated with depression. Migraine was more associated with depression than the other types of headache.