View Full Version : Headaches in boxing


gatagata
03-19-2010, 07:39 PM
Do alot of fighters get headaches after a spar or a fight?

kbpoetree
03-19-2010, 07:57 PM
Do alot of fighters get headaches after a spar or a fight?
lol well yeah of course there are times a fighter leaves w a headache i sure have a time or two when bashed in the jaw a few..never been kayoed tho myself...now if ur getten headaches randomly jus during days without training ....then u may wanna see a dr

Double Jab
03-19-2010, 08:07 PM
lol well yeah of course there are times a fighter leaves w a headache i sure have a time or two when bashed in the jaw a few..never been kayoed tho myself...now if ur getten headaches randomly jus during days without training ....then u may wanna see a dr

What he said, but with better grammer.

You get your head knocked around, it hurts for a while, but your head gets used to it and the headaches start getting less and less. A headache for more that a few days though, or a change in vision, see your local health professional.

kbpoetree
03-19-2010, 08:29 PM
What he said, but with better grammer.

You get your head knocked around, it hurts for a while, but your head gets used to it and the headaches start getting less and less. A headache for more that a few days though, or a change in vision, see your local health professional.
haha yeah I apologize over the years of short hand chat I absolutely have developed bad habits and spelling, however if it makes you feel better I do know better.

Double Jab
03-19-2010, 08:37 PM
haha yeah I apologize over the years of short hand chat I absolutely have developed bad habits and spelling, however if it makes you feel better I do know better.


Originally my day was, indeed, ruined by your grammical atrocities. But this apology is well timed, and I accept. You have been forgiven.

Im just being a butthole. Too many headaches after sparring, you know how it is.:boxing:

One more round
03-19-2010, 08:46 PM
If you get hit a bit, yes it's fairly normal.

I haven't had one for a while though, don't get hit that much.

lyrical
03-19-2010, 09:04 PM
Alot of people assume its from the punches but it can be that you are just more dehydrated then from regular training, dehydration is the main cause of headaches. H20 is good

kbpoetree
03-19-2010, 09:40 PM
Alot of people assume its from the punches but it can be that you are just more dehydrated then from regular training, dehydration is the main cause of headaches. H20 is good
He also has a gr8 point. Oops sorry double jab I mean great point lol. He is right as well. Small example may be if you've drank lots of alcohol and no water, next day you have a hangover wich of course includes a headache due to dehydration.