Weird headache only when walking

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i had this for the past 4 months now. So i get this weird pressure feeling in both sides of my head when im walking and i get this weird vibration eletrical type feeling in my head when walking also. As soon as i stop walking it, after 2 minutes it goes away. IT All started when i was in bed in july and i had this weird chock wave type feeling in my head. I Remember playing video games all month each day. Now it only does it when im walking. Sometimes i only get this pressure feeling when walking and sometimes i get this wave type feeling in my head at the same time as the pressure feeling. its changes every week or so. Also these symptoms are always after dimer. When i walm in the moring i never get those symptoms. Also when i start to run or exercise it goes away. Does anyone experience this or im the only one. It will be greatly appreciated to know if im not the only one.

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    This is probably because of excessive pressure on eye and brain due to constantly looking on screens. Our brain and eyes need constant relaxation. if you keep on looking at screen constantly it will affect both brain and your eyes. Also drinking less of water causes headache. But in your case it is due to lack of rest. Also you might not be taking your diets well , eat nutritious food and on regular intervals so that you have enough energy also keep yourself hydrated throughout the day. And do get proper sleep because sleeping disorders might cause such problems.

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    First, I would suggest you see a Neurologist or a GP.

    Secondly I suspect it is due to a low BP as you experience it only when walking. Have you been taking any vitamins or supplements?

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