What’s actually going on when your ice-cold drink gives you a piercing headache?
Summer has arrived once again and with it brings the scorching heat that drives us to swimming pools, beaches and the ice-cream freezer in the supermarket.
It’s also the time of the dreaded ‘brain freeze’.
Brain freeze has a couple of different names – ice-cream headache, cold-stimulus headache – but its scientific name is sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia, which basically means ‘nerve pain of the sphenopalatine ganglion’.
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