Our expert says:
Difficult one. not uncommon, but very difficult to treat. I'm pretty certain it's not related to water intake, so you needn't worry about being dehydrated or anything like that.
More likely it's a blood pressure issue. The "cop out" is that I can't actually suggest what you might do to fix the problem, other than hang in there until it goes away. There is a condition, quite common, where the blood pressure changes fairly quickly, but the brain regulates its own pressure (for protective reasons). For some reason (unknown to me), this "auto-regulation" of pressure causes headaches, which many people experience, some after strenuous exercise, others after any exercise. The problem isn't permanent though, which is probably not much consolation to you, but it should go away after a while, once you adapt. The heat might also have something to do with it (because of its impact on BP).
So hang in there and see how it develops in the next few weeks. If it still persists, then you might consider seeing a doctor, but I have a feeling it won't.
Sorry I can't be more specific and help.
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