When nerves in the roof of your mouth are cooled, the blood vessels in your head dilate in an attempt to keep your brain warm. This dilation causes an ice cream headache (brain freeze).
A brain freeze, also known as ice-cream headache, cold-stimulus headache,
trigeminal headache or its given scientific name sphenopalatine
Jun 4, 2015 ... Learn all about brain freeze after a study by Harvard Medical School scientists
revealed analysis on why it occurs. Find out what causes it and ...
May 22, 2013 ... Brain freeze is practically a rite of summer. It happens when you eat ice cream or
gulp something ice cold too quickly. The scientific term is ...
If you've ever experienced a sudden stabbing pain in your forehead when eating
ice cream or enjoying a cool drink then you know what brain freeze is. Do you ...
May 4, 2015 ... Experts have come up with a possible reason for why that most hated of
afflictions, "brain freeze", is caused, along with a way to get rid of it.
Sep 17, 2015 ... By some estimates, as many as one in three people suffer from “ice cream
headaches” or “brain freeze,” as the phenomenon is sometimes ...
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How to Stop Brain Freeze. Nothing ruins the refreshing consumption of a cold
substance on a hot day like a painful "brain freeze", also known as an "ice cream