This one is a bit tricky, so let’s tackle the “article” first. It’s titled “Vital Cluster Migraine Information,” and it’s brimming with MISinformation…
This kind of migraine is felt in different chambers of your head…
Hearts have chambers, heads do not. Brains do have lobes.
Cluster migraine is more common among the men than women…
This is a clue that he’s probably talking about cluster headaches. Cluster headaches are NOT a form of Migraine. They are two very, very different disorders.
When you are having a Cluster form of migraine attack, go to a quiet and dark room with favorable temperature and lay down.
Again, there’s no such thing as a cluster Migraine. If he is indeed talking about cluster headaches, this isn’t going to work. Most cluster headache sufferers have trouble staying still and feel worse if they lie down.
The treatments usually include anything from avoiding a certain kind of food (aged cheese, wine) to the intake of other drugs.
All in all, it looks as if the author has made up a headache disorder by combining cluster headaches and some form of Migraine. The question is, “Why?”
Ahhhhhhhhhhh. There are a couple of possible answers to the “Why?” question:
- The page has Google ads above and below the article. The author earns $$ every time anyone clicks on the ads.
- If you go back to the home page of headache-migraine-release.com, you hit the jackpot — “How To Cure Your Headache.”
It appears that the real purpose of the site is to push a five-day e-course, “How To Cure Your Headache,” by Jan Heering. Out of curiosity, I subscribed to the e-course, and I have to admit to being glad I did. So far, I’ve received two lessons, and they’ve been the funniest things in my email for ages.
Maybe Heering believes what he’s saying. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he’s just misguided. Just realize that his articles aren’t of any benefit other than possibly entertainment.