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Cluster Headache Syndrome (Cluster Headache)-Pipeline Review: Abnormalities in Body’s Biological
Cluster headache syndrome normally lasts for several weeks to months with the starting date and the duration of each cluster period being consistent from period to period.

BriefingWire.com, 9/11/2019 - Cluster headache that occurs in cluster periods or cyclical patterns are characterized by the severe unilateral pain primarily in the first division of the trigeminal nerve. Punctuating longer-lasting remission periods, neither provoked nor spontaneous attacks occur during remission periods. Further, cluster headache also characterized by nocturnal attacks which occur during the same time each day. Additionally, relationship of cluster headache and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has been found in some patients, majorly attributed to observed hypoxia or hypercapnia.

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A cluster headache syndrome tend to strike quickly without any warning, notwithstanding patients might first encounter migraine-like aura and nausea. Prevalent signs and symptoms during a headache include one-sided pain; agonizing pain which is situated in, behind or around one eye or drooping eyelid on the affected side.

Cluster headache syndrome normally lasts for several weeks to months with the starting date and the duration of each cluster period being consistent from period to period. The starting date and the time of each cluster period might be consistent from period to period.

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Even though precise cause of cluster headache syndrome is unknown, cluster headache patterns allude that abnormalities in the body’s biological clock play instrumental role. Contrary to tension headache and migraine, cluster headache syndrome is not associated with triggers, including stress, foods or hormonal changes.

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