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is it normal to feel a headache and pulse beating on the temple while running fast since I play Airsoft as a hobby ?

Good day Doc,i play airsoft as a hobby and i carry 4 to 5 kilos of gears and im 39 years old,Sometimes when i run fast i feel a headache and i feel my pulse beating on my right head temple,Why is that? and i always check my BP before playing sometimes its 110/80 and sometimes its 120/80 when i play. is it safe to damp cold towel on my head when i feel this headache? Thank You
Asked On : Sun, 20 Mar 2011
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Every part of your body including brain need more blood for more oxygenation and nutrient that is required at the time you are running fast. So headache and beating of artery is due to more circulation of blood. if you have not the history of hypertension i think nothing is so serious. Still consult your neurologist for detail evaluation of your case. thank you
Answered: Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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