CLUSTER HEADACHE

Everything, all at once.

Just because cluster headache is less common than migraine doesn’t mean there isn’t a community of patients, doctors, and advocates waiting to support you. Learn more about medications, treatments and symptoms here.

What is Cluster Headache?

Cluster attacks are extremely painful episodes that occur in clusters. Cluster headache is a form of Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalgia (TAC). It is less common than migraine disease, but it is more prevalent than most people realize. An estimated 1 in 1,000 Americans experience cluster attacks. Cluster attacks are frequently described as the most painful physical experience a person can experience. 

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Treatment Options for Cluster Headache

Cluster headache is not the same as migraine disease. It is often treated differently than migraine disease. CHAMP participant Clusterbusters has an in-depth overview of treatment options and choices for those living with cluster.

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Not Sure if you Have Cluster Headache?

The first step to get the treatment you need is an accurate diagnosis. Clusterbusters has helped refine a diagnostic tool to help people identify what headache disease they may be living with. The Computerized Headache Assessment Tool (CHAT-III) is an algorithm-based online tool. It helps people recognize primary headache diseases, such as migraine, tension-type headache, and cluster headache.

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DIAGNOSTIC TOOL 

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