Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Cluster Headache - Conditions similar to cluster headache

Cluster Headache
Cluster Headache also known as suicide headache, is defined as an uncommon distinctive neurovascular syndrome occurring in either episodic or chronic patterns of that occur periodically over a long period of time. The diseases affects over 0.1% of the population, occurring at 45-to 60-day intervals with one to three headaches a day lasting 45 min to 2 h(a), if untreated it, can cause increased frequency of the attacks.
Other conditions similar to cluster headache
1. Migraine headache
Migraine headache is one most common headaches defined as condition of chronic neurological disorder. The pain of the headache is intense, throbbing from moderate to severe, may be bilateral or unilateral at the onset, and occur on one side or alternate sides from one attack to the next. Something a cluster headache does not do. Unlike migraine, during an attack the patient with cluster headache often paces about. Attacks frequently occur at night, awakening the patient from sleep. Cluster headaches usually appear suddenly without warning. Cluster headache is more common in middle-aged men, migraine is more common in young women.

2. Trigeminal neuralgia 
 Trigeminal neuralgia is defined as condition of is a nerve disorder causes of stabbing or electric-shock-like pain in sudden of one-sided, intense facial painthe face,  lasts for only a few seconds to a couple of minutes, but can also be a long-term problem.

3. Chronic paroxysmal hemicrania (CPH)
Chronic paroxysmal hemicrania (CPH) is also known as Sjaastad syndrome caused short headache attacks of which respond well to indomethacin. The pain in chronic paroxysmal hemicrania (CPH) is unilateral, always affects the same side, and is generally oculofrontotemporal in location, but mostly in women.

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