Cluster headaches, like migraines, are likely due to an interaction of abnormalities in the blood vessels and nerves that affect regions in the face.
Evidence strongly suggests that abnormalities in the hypothalamus, a complex structure located deep in the brain, may play a major role in cluster headaches. Advanced imaging techniques have shown that a specific area in the hypothalamus is asymmetrical in these patients and is activated during a cluster...Read more
Anthony Amabile is a cluster headache sufferer from New Castle, Pennsylvania. Not too long ago, I shared with you a video he'd made of a... Read more »
FullQuestion:I have been suffering from chronic cluster headaches for the past 20 years since I was 25. After numerous CT's and MRI tests... Read more »
Full Question: Hi, I have cluster headaches, when I am in a cluster Topamax is what saves me, along with Imitrex StatDose. I read anything... Read more »
Cluster headaches are often said to be the most painful of all headaches. They have been described as "boring," bearing, burning," "like a hot poker... Read more »