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Travelling always gives me a massive headache

I have just come back from a road trip and I am feeling as if I have been crushed under a truck.

I don't know why this happens to me. I love travelling whether by car, bus or aeroplane. I don't mind packing (unpacking is a different issue, though) and I love exploring our own with my .

While on , I enjoy looking at passing scenery, the roadside shops, mosques, restaurants and other landmarks that dot the landscape. We listen to sometimes but never loud music. I am a bit wary of eating food from roadside vendors and try my best to avoid using public toilets but still overall I enjoy travelling very much.

But at the end of the , I usually suffer from massive headaches. It feels like a rod is being hammered into the back of my skull and forced down my spinal cord. I usually take high potency to deal with it but somehow it leaves me feeling very battered and bruised for the next 24 hours.

If I have to visit relatives in other cities, I am not in the best of conditions and I feel bad about it.

I thought people who hated travelling or suffered from arrive at the feeling weak and tired but then why do I?


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tafmona wrote on December 6, 2014, 1:54 PM

I love long journeys, I don't eat on the way unless its very dry snack cuz public washroom and I don't mingle well, when I eat well early before traveling I will be well, but if I don't eat at all I can even vomit my tongue and the headache as well, I know what you mean

slexy143 wrote on December 6, 2014, 5:38 PM

I can relate . mine is whenever am travelling I tend to smell petrol which in turn leads to me vomiting everything I ate. so I don't eat whenever am planing a trip.

bestwriter wrote on December 6, 2014, 6:49 PM

I have no such issues but was wondering if you covered your ears while on the move may be that could help. I feel it is the pressure of the breeze that could be the culprit. Just a thought.

scheng1 wrote on December 6, 2014, 10:58 PM

I hate to sit too long in the bus or plane or train. It makes my butt pain!

paigea wrote on December 19, 2014, 11:10 AM

I have a hard time travelling. I arrive at my destination tired.