Most of us would usually take aspirin to relieve headache but contrary to a popular belief, aspirin doesn’t cure all headaches. There are even possibilities that aspirin can masks symptoms that are otherwise important in diagnosing an underlying illness. Aspirin can also cause untoward side effects when there used over an extended period of time. Luckily, most headaches without other accompanying symptoms respond well to self-care.
Science still understands very little about cluster headaches, but they have made some progress in identifying the most common cluster headache triggers. If you or a loved one suffers from these debilitating attacks, this article will help you to better understand what can trigger them, and how you can sometimes avoid doing something that will trigger a cluster attack.
Cluster headache are arquably one of the most painful conditions known to man and their only saving grace is that they are fortunately fairly rare. For instance, although approximately one person out of every ten of the population suffers from migraine headaches, only about one person in three hundred will experience a cluster headache.