July 08, 2015
Cluster headaches are a sharper, non-throbbing pain that occurs behind the eyes. These can occur several or more times throughout the day (thus the 'cluster' description) and can cause other symptoms, such as a tearing or bloodshot eye or a runny nose.
Chemical reactions in the brain are said to be one of the causes. 1 million people in the United States have cluster headaches. If you believe you are one of them, call the Bend Headache Center and begin your journey to living a pain-free life.