Cluster Headaches Directory
A cluster headache is a type of headache that recurs over a period of time. People who have cluster headaches experience an episode marked by intense head pain one to three times per day during the cluster period, which may last from two weeks to three months. The headaches may disappear for months or years, only to recur later. Cluster headaches are one of the most severe types of headache. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about cluster headaches, what they look like, how to treat them, and much more.
Cluster Headache - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
WebMD explains treatment for cluster headaches, relatively short but intensely painful headaches around your eye that occur every day for weeks or months at a time.
Treatments for Cluster Headaches
Here's how to treat and prevent cluster headaches.
Migraine vs. Cluster Headache: How To Tell The Difference
Find out some of the differences and similarities in symptoms and causes of migraines and cluster headaches.
What Are Cluster Headaches?
Learn the causes, symptoms, triggers, and types of cluster headaches.
Can I Get Neurostimulation for My Cluster Headaches?
It’s still experimental, but neurostimulation might hold promise if other treatments for cluster headaches don’t help.
Seasonal Changes and Cluster Headaches
Learn the connection between attacks of cluster headaches and the changes in seasons.
When Your Child Has a Headache
Toddlers -- even babies -- can suffer from painful migraine headaches, but often can't tell their parents they're hurting.
Reduce Stress to Prevent Headaches
Stress often triggers headaches and migraines. Once they get going, headaches can generate more stress, which makes the pain worse. This article examines the link between headaches and stress, and what you can do to reduce them.
Slideshows & Images
How to Help Headache Pain
Suffer from tension headaches? See how you can use relaxation techniques, medication, and other methods to fight the pain.
Slideshow: Surprising Reasons You're in Pain
Phones, wallets, sandals, babies, your sofa – even favorite foods - are overlooked causes of pain. Pictures illustrate these pain triggers and smarter habits to avoid the pain.
Slideshow: Surprising Headache and Migraine Triggers
What triggers headaches and migraines? WebMD shares some surprising causes of headaches,and tips to help you find relief.
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Headaches?
Have a headache? Take this quiz to see if you know headache symptoms, treatments, and how to tell the difference between migraines, cluster headaches, tension headaches, and sinus headaches.
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