Cluster headaches are rare, affecting less than 1% of the population.
Cluster headaches can affect all ages, from children to the elderly, but are most common from young adulthood through middle age. Men are 2 - 3 times more likely to have cluster headaches than women, with the peak age of onset occurring during their 40s. In women, age of onset tends to be in the 60s.
Unlike with migraines, fluctuations in estrogen and other female hormones do not appear to influence...Read more
Full Question: Is there anything I can do to prevent a cluster headache? Is there anything I can do to relieve the pain while it is... Read more »
Full Question: I have been suffering for about 4-5 years from what the Dr. calls "seasonal" or "cluster" headaches or migraines. I get them... Read more »
For some people with Migraines or cluster headaches, sexual activity can be a trigger or exacerbate the problem. On the other hand, a new ... Read more »