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  1. Oh sorry, I forgot to mention where I moved to. ClusterHeadaches dot com
  2. I have left this site. Look elsewhere for help with ClusterHeadaches.
  3. Some were reluctant to live on a round earth too. Let me help by identifying some triggers. Triggers -Sneezing, coughing, and breathing -Walking, motor vehicle transport, especially on concrete -Head position, especially in motion -Sound: Talking, singing, etc., noise -Pressing the head to close the affected orbit
  4. This is the name. You are correct. To date, the medical community has failed to recognize that we have pinched nerves in our faces. “But how can my orbit floor move,†you ask? Orbit Floor Movement / Maxillary bone The orbit floor is stressed by four forms of inputs: transient positive and negative sinus pressure from breathing, vibration from sound, forehead load bearing, and from other external forces. Imagine the orbit floor as a ‘hammock’ that supports the orbit contents. The ‘hammock’ is full and tight supporting its load. The “hammock’ is pulled down a
  5. Dale’s Black Eye Palsy, a Cause of Cluster Headaches Postulate Dale Fairly, November 21, 2016, first revision January 1, 2017 Definition Dale’s Black Eye Palsy is a neurological disorder of certain nerves of the face, located in the orbit. Similar to Bell’s palsy which disrupts an output cranial nerve, Dale’s Black Eye palsy disrupts an input cranial nerve. With Bell’s palsy, the loss of motor function makes diagnosis easy. However, Dale’s Black Eye palsy is a loss of input signals, less understood and difficult to recognize. Both disorders disrupt part of the same aut
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