ice cream headache

Brief but intense headache caused by immersion in cold water, usually occurring when a surfer first begins paddling through broken waves; similar to the pain felt when eating cold food—like ice cream—too fast. Ice cream headaches usually begin when the ocean water drops below 60 degrees, although the threshold changes from person to person, and is affected by air temperature and wind. The pain goe...

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