Migraine and cluster headache treatment
Cluster headache (symbolized by CH from Cluster headache) is a neurological disorder characterized by the occurrence of strong and frequent headaches on one side of the head, and typically around the eyes. There are usually single symptoms associated with a headache, such as watery eyes, nasal congestion, and swelling of the eye area and around, so that the pain is covered up to the side of the head.
Cluster headache belongs to the group of primary headache disorders classified under trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias. The name cluster headache refers to a group headache that occurs at the same time. People often have frequent bouts of intense, single-sided headaches. These attacks usually occur periodically, with a sudden lull in between episodes of pain, although 10 to 15% of chronic cluster headaches are not accompanied by periods of remission.
This disorder occurs at a rate equivalent to about 0.2% of the general population, and this disease affects men more than women, in a ratio of 2.5-3.5 to 1.
The known causes that may cause cluster headache disease:
Genetic and genetic causes
The sudden release of histamine and serotonin in the body
Infection of the hypothalamus part of the brain
They may be psychological or unknown causes of headache.
Cluster headaches are frequent, one-sided attacks of intense pain. A typical cluster headache attack is 15 to 180 minutes long. Most untreated cases (about 75%) last less than 60 minutes.
(Migraine and cluster headaches). Sphenopalatine Neuralgia
Cluster headache or facial headache is considered one of the worst types of headaches and pain, and the palatine ganglion is considered a secondary knot that connects many nerves that deliver sensations from the face and needs treatment in these cases: Migraine headaches and some cases of Cluster headache and pain The fifth nerve or the ganglion itself and facial pain is unknown
Occipital Neuralgia Headache Back
This headache occurs on the backside of the head and the vagina is extended either to the top of the head or the neck and in this case it is treated by treating the posterior nerve of the head with thermal frequency and that in the operating room under the influence of local anesthesia and interventional radiology and with the ultimate safety and an excellent success rate
Headache due to roughness of the carcinogenic headache
This headache occurs in multiple cases, especially the roughness of the upper cervical vertebrae, and is treated by thermal frequency of the vertebral joints, in the operating room under the influence of local anesthesia and interventional radiation and with the ultimate safety and an excellent success rate
Explanation of the latest migraine treatment methods