When I shout or blow hard with my mouth, I get headaches or dizziness. Why?
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I understand your concern. The headache you feel is due to increased intracranial pressure when shouting or blowing. Avoid such habits.
If it happens without shouting or blowing, I suggest you consult a neurologist to rule out neurological problems. All the best.
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