Occasionally, new trampolines can cause headaches to users. Headaches are the result of tight muscles in the neck which, in turn, can affect the whole head. The tightness of the neck muscles fluctuates throughout the day, depending on the time of day and the kinds of activities that are being performed. A small number of unlucky people may feel more pressure and tightness in their muscles whenever they begin to jump on a trampoline. When they stop jumping, the pain dissipates.
If you are among the unfortunate minority who does experience trampoline-induced headaches, you must release tension in your neck. You can do this by following our easy steps:
Some people also experience pain, and may even feel nausea or blackout when they get up quickly from a sitting or lying position. This usually happens to older people or people with cardiovascular weakness, however, young people can experience this as well.
This is due to low blood pressure and a delayed neuromuscular response in the muscular layer of blood vessels. As we stand up, we need to increase blood pressure to allow blood to reach the brain against gravity. If there is a lapse, you may feel sick temporarily. It's always important to get up slowly when you've been sitting down for an extended period of time.