Tortured, terrorized Headaches 200 a Day

Suffering from headaches almost never experienced by everyone.

Carolyn Matheson (58 years) suffering from a condition known as 'suicide headaches' (suicide headache). Doctors call it that because it gives the effect of aggravating the conditions that make the patient is almost insane.

Attacks of headache can be sustained Carolyn in minutes or even for 2 full hours repeated up to 200 times a day.

Carolyn began to suffer from severe headache attacks since eight years ago, when he was on holiday in Greece with her husband, Ian (59 years) and her daughter Jade (21 years) and Emma (19 years).

Greenwich, London, as reported by Dailymail, Thursday (29/03/2012).

With pain, according to consultant neurologist Dr Manjit Matharu, a lot of patients with this condition say better than to give birth every day suffering from severe headaches.

"We generally call this condition with headache 'suicide', because some patients experienced extreme pain and sometimes tried to commit suicide to end her suffering," said Dr Manjit Matharu.

Headache attacks could come up 6 times in 1 hour. This condition is actually called Short-lasting unilateral neuralgiform headache attacks (SUNA), which is a rare condition is more common in men over the age of 50 years.

The disorder is characterized by a burning sensation of moderate to severe, stabbing pain or throbbing pain, which usually occurs on the side of the head and around the eye or temple.

Other symptoms include watery eyes, eye redness and nasal congestion. The attacks usually occur at noon and ends 5 seconds to 4 minutes per attack. Pasein generally have 5 to 6 attacks per hour.

There is no drug that has been proven to treat these headaches. The disorder is not fatal but can cause considerable discomfort.

Carolyn had tried 15 times to find a solution treatment for healing, but most of all to no avail. Luckily, her suffering is now waning thanks to 'remote control' brains.

Surgeon inserts the implant into the matchbox-sized breasts, which then sends electrical impulses to the brain to block pain. This stimulator is permanently implanted impulse but its power can be changed via remote control the size of a cell phone, which can be carried anywhere.

Thanks to the tool, Carolyn is now suffering from a headache just one or two times a day. This change is described as a miracle that saved his life.