|Deutsch: "Kopfschmerzen". Die wohl berühmteste – stark von James Gillray beeinflußte – Arbeit in einer Reihe von sechs Blättern "medizinischer" Karikaturen, in denen Cruikshank Krankheiten als Teufelswerk brandmarkt. Erstmalig publiziert: 12. Februar 1819. Originalgröße: 210 x 255 mm (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
It's not really a big deal; I'm used to it, really. In fact, as I write this, I'm feeling pressure -- not pain, yet, but since I plan to go to the gym shortly, I'd better take some aspirin so that the exercise doesn't make it worse.
Most of the time, if I have to push through it, I just do. But on weekends, especially those lazy Sundays, I just don't.
And it's weird. At moments where I don't have to push through, those lazy Sundays where I'm just reading a book or watching a DVD, I honestly can't tell if I have a mild headache, or if I'm just tired.
Sure, I can tell the difference if I really think about it. But if I have a headache and/or am tired, I don't want to really think about it. I want water, aspirin, and a nap.
Have you got any physical quirks like that?