What A Cluster Headache Feels Like
Cluster Headache Treatment
According to the International Headache Society, a Cluster Headache is a rare type of headache that affect around 0.1% of the population. While they are rare, they affect males about 5 times more than females. Even though Cluster Headaches are uncommon, they are regarded as being the most severe and debilitating type of headache. Research has shown out of all 300 different types of headaches and migraines, cluster deadaches were described as having the highest pain levels.
Cluster Headache attacks commonly occur in cycles throughout regular times during the day and will often wake sufferers during the night. Attacks generally last between 15 minutes to 3 hours, and can repeat multiple times per day, or once every couple of days.
Cluster Headaches patients will generally experience periods of attacks that can last weeks to months. These periods are then followed by periods of remission lasting weeks, months or even years without symptoms. Cluster Headaches are severe and debilitating in nature.
Once headache clinicians offer a cluster headache treatment and expect a significant improvement to occur rapidly in 90% of our patients within the first 6 treatment consultations.
Our Cluster Headaches treatment does not require the use of medication or any surgery, it is non-invasive and is completely safe.