As the name suggests caffeine withdrawal headaches occurs when a person stops taking caffeine. Some of the symptoms include a throbbing ache in the head that is caused by rebound dilation of the blood vessels, which occurs after a number of days after the caffeine has been consumed. It could be treated by terminating caffeine consumption if the ache is excessive. Prevention can be through avoiding excess caffeine.
Chronic daily headaches refer to a broad number of headache disorders that last for more than 15 days in a month. They usually evolve from transformed migraine. They may evolve from chronic tension-type headache. It can also be a side effect of medication overuse. There are several treatment options of which the most prominent one is analgesic use.
Cluster headaches involve excruciating pain near the eye and can be a cause of nose congestion. Pain usually develops when a person is trying to fall asleep. Attacks usually occur every day for a few weeks or even months and disappear within a year.