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BRAIN FREEZE!!!  We have all experienced what people refer to as a “brain freeze”?   When something cold touches the roof of your mouth, the sudden temperature change of the tissue stimulates nerves to cause rapid dilation and swelling of blood vessels. This is an attempt to direct blood to the area and warm it back up. Brain freeze typically hits about 10 seconds after chilling the roof of your mouth and lasts about half a minute.   The best way to avoid brain freeze is to eat or drink cold items, slowly.   But I understand… when you are consuming…

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