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Oxygen Therapy for cluster headaches

Cluster headaches are severe headaches usually occurring on one side of the head. Sufferers of cluster headaches typically have pain in one eye, one temple or the forehead; the side pain  that is experienced can vary from attack to attack. 


Usually, on the same side as the headache, the eye can go red, swell or tear, stuffiness or runny nose and abnormal sweating of forehead or face are also typical symptoms of cluster headaches. Cluster headaches can last anything from 15 minutes to 3 hours.


It is common for sufferers to have a sense of restlessness or agitation during an attack. Some people walk up or down or even try banging their heads against a wall or door until the pain stops. 


These attacks frequently occur for weeks or months at the same time of day and then can go into remission for months or even years. People can suffer from a cluster headache every other day for a period, or up to eight times in one day.


When a cluster headache starts, it needs to be treated quite quickly as the pain can become severe within 15 minutes and can be debilitating for the sufferer.


Medium hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can relieve the pain from a cluster Oxygen is a preferred therapy to treat the pain of cluster headache as there are no side effects and oxygen can relieve the pain quickly. 


Cluster headaches usually start developing when people are in their 20's but can begin at any age. If you are a sufferer of cluster headaches, you can try medium hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to relieve the pain during an attack. 


This article provides general information and discussions about health and related subjects. The information and other content contained in this article, or any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. Nor is the information a replacement for professional medical expertise or treatment.

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