Why I Get Exercise-Induced Migraines, According to Neurologists

Why I Get Exercise-Induced Migraines, According to Neurologists

Interview with Dr. Pitts for BYRDIE on what could Exercise- Induced Migraines.

During an exercise-induced migraine—and even during a workout—there’s a ton of stuff going on inside your brain, says Thomas Pitts, a board-certified neurologist with Hudson Medical & Wellness in New York. Exercise increases the stress hormone output, increases your blood pressure, your heart rate and your respiratory rate—all of which can contribute to migraines. 


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