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Is It Normal To Get Headaches After Football Practice
Is it normal for me to get a mild headache after football practice. It goes away when I take Advil (ibuprofen) or alieve.?
Drinking enough?: Are you drinking enough fluids? If you feel you are and you continue to experience headaches, you need to see a physician asap. It might be a good idea to have this checked out anyway. ...Read more
What should I do? I got out of American football practice with a massive headache and dizziness. It can't be dehydration because my urine is clear.
In a football game I hit really hard with my head and ever since that game I get headaches every day?
Post concussion: Syndrome includes symptoms of recurrent headaches, temporary disorientation, deja vu moments, hallucinations, sometimes even psychosis. Concentration problems and memory loss are also very common. You really need to get yourself to a sports medicine specialist or neurologist to make sure no fractures or further injury occurred. Please do so immediately! ...Read more
I am 35 years old. After many years I played football yesterday and started headache and dizziness .is it normal suggest me?
Poor condition: We don't know anything about your medical history, medications, BMI or physical conditioning. You are likely in poor physical condition and suddenly forced your body to engage in strenuous activity (adrenergic). Your body is not conditioned properly for this level of activity and you are experiencing the consequences. I encourage you to begin a medically supervised physical conditioning program. ...Read more
I clashed heads playing football last saturday. The side of my head is really sore still and i still getting headaches should I get it checked?
Yes, Yes & Yes.: This is serious and you need neurological evaluation. Tell your coach that you have suffered a head injury. Never play with neurological symptoms. Do not return to the field until you have been medically cleared by a physician (i.e., a neurologist). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I play varsity high school football, sometimes When I do a play, I get a headache or head stings sensation that lasts 30-120 sec after impact. Help?
Concussion : The risk of head injury in football is real. Your helmet does not protect you from brain damage that can be permanent. It's hard to understand the gravity and reality of our brain injury when we are young. Learn to tackle correctly and don't lead with your head and you can minimize the risks. Be educated. Tbi and CTE start at head injury #1. See NFL head health challenge. Good luck. ...Read more
Playing football 2 days ago in goal got kicked in the side head. I get the odd dizzy spell, headaches and swollen&sore ear. Advice? Or help what is it
Concussion: Please see a doctor as soon as possible. You are having symptoms of a concussion. Concussions can be deadly or disabling if you don't take care. Your brain needs time to heal. Do not play sports until you get this checked out. If you get another hit to the head before healing is complete, the risk of death is high. Good luck. ...Read more
My son is 14 yrs he started to play football every day after practice he complains of headace a dizzyness it comes and goes is this normal?
No: That makes me concerned. Is he suffering from minor concussions? Is he dehydrated? Is his blood sugar running too low? Does his helmet fit correctly? Does he like football? It's time to do some further investigation. These questions need to be asked and answered. Make these corrections if possible. If I can help, then join my care team and virtual practice at www.healthtap.com/dr-Clarkeholmes ...Read more
I play football and sometimes I get hit in the head and I end up seeing upside down for like 10 seconds. Is this bad?
It's all cardio: Soccer is a sport that requires superb aerobic fitness to play well as the sport entails nearly non- stop running w/ little 'break' time. Work on your aerobic (cardio) conditioning (start running 5-6 days a week) and u will find that your soccer endurance will increase dramatically. If not, see your primary care physician for evaluation. Best of Luck! ...Read more
I get my wisdom tooth pulled out tomorrow and I play football so I would like to know when can go back to football and start practicing?
Take it easy : Contact sports requiet proper healing of the tissue so it doesn't rip open on contact with other players. Usually it requires about one week for initial healing that allows you to work out but to avoid contact. Maybe another week for normal practice. Every one heals at different rate and depends on amount of surgery. Best to ask the surgeon before scheduling tthe surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do you get rid of achilles' tendon pain? I play football and it hurts after every game and end up having to sit out some weeks.
Stretch!: Make sure you do your warm-up and cool down stretches consistently. Check your shoes and make sure they are not wore out. Adding an arch support or heel pad may be beneficial. Temporarily hold back on your exercise intensity or duration. If these things do not work, see a podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I am 17 and my blood pressure is too high, and doctors said if I don't get it back to 90 or whatever I can't play football?
Your doctor: I suggest you work with your doctor. ...Read more
I like to play football but when I run for 3 to 4 minutes I get tired and feel pain in the lungs and difficulty in breathing?
My son has a grass allergy, he is 7 yrs old and wants to play football. Is it possible to get special breathing masks for him to continue playing football?
I get groin pain whenever I play football or run it will ache the next day with a limp. It eventually goes when rest. Also, I hear like a clik?
Athletic pubalgia: Groin pain in athletes is not uncommon, and can be due to hip problems, sometimes associated with a click. Could also be muscle or tendon problems with abdominal and leg muses (alprostadil) where they attach to the pelvis. Collectively, this group of problems is sometimes referred to as a "sports hernia", even though the majority of the time there is no hernia. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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