|Related to/Also known as||
see also Migraine
|Symptoms of Cluster Headaches
||Cluster Headache is an excruciating pain that affects one side of the head. Each attack develops suddenly, usually without any warning. Attacks last from 15 minutes to 3 hours and usually occur in clusters - several attacks over a few weeks or months and then they stop for a while.|
|Useful national contacts||
|Children & young people||Cluster headache in children (Great Ormond Street Hospital)
Cluster Headaches and PIP (The Brain Charity)
Cluster headaches (NHS Choices)
Cluster headache (Migraine Trust)
Headache (Brain & Spine Foundation booklet, includes Cluster Headache)
Cluster Headaches (Patient.info)
Cochrane Evidence: Normal pressure oxygen therapy and hyperbaric oxygen therapy for migraine and cluster headaches
|News and events||Cluster Headache Survey. Research volunteers needed!
For OUCH members only
The library at The Brain Charity has a range of resources on Cluster Headaches and on a wide range of disability-related issues.