What is a Cluster Headache?
Cluster headaches, which happen in cyclical examples or cluster periods, are one of the most difficult kinds of headaches. A Cluster headache normally stirs you in the night with serious agony in or around one eye on one side of your head. Episodes of successive attacks, known as cluster periods, can last from weeks to months, for the most part, followed by remission periods when the headaches stop. During remission, no headaches happen for quite a long time, and here and there even years. Luckily, Cluster headache is uncommon and not life-threatening. Medicines can make cluster headache attacks more limited and less extreme. Likewise, prescriptions can lessen the number of cluster headaches you have.