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Yes, Intermittent Fasting Can Cause Headaches - Here's How to Squash Them Fast

Intermittent fasting can do a world of good - those who practice it often lose weight and feel more energized and less bloated, among other benefits. But it's not without side effects, including pesky headaches. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent them once you've figured out the cause.

One of the most common causes of fasting-induced headaches is low blood sugar, triggered by eating fewer calories. "Fluctuations in blood sugar are a common cause of headaches, as are shifts in stress adaptive hormones such as cortisol," Lisa Powell, MS, a registered...

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Published By: popsugar - Friday, 22 March