Friday, January 30, 2009

The Demons

I have always said there is a demon, or a unrelenting demon seed living in my head. Now that the clusters are gone, I've decided to go in a different direction. Besides describing them I want to try to get into the grinding gears of their mechanics. Seeing as though I already have a close, almost intimate relationship with the shady loser. Hopefully my speaking of them won't unleash the beast!! (knocking on wood...)

The demon/seed= the cluster headache.

I swear to all that's holy that there is this little horned devil guy running an amuck in my head. He pokes, he prods, he bites, tears, and leaves a excruciating, throbbing and burning trail. He's a homeless little glob that comes and goes as he pleases. Not only does he reside in my head, he picks up housekeeping in my eye, sinus, cheek, temple, jaw and ear. He's a sneeky bastard! Not even the cops (meds) can catch him. But what to name this hostile, mean, cruel, homicidal maniac??? I got it! The Ripper! Sounds like a bad WWE professional wrestler. He's stage moniker is farting! Oh my we've hit a new low...

The chronic daily headache:

Its still painful but nothing like the clusters. This guy is kinda dull, annoying, boring, a little lazy but has a fiesty side. Kinda reminds me of a realxed, sun burnt surfer dude that tends to get fired up over a thunderous wave. This is harder than I thought. I can't think of any names. For boring? Fiesty? Truely has to be writers block. Either that or the dull pounding in my head... maybe I'll finish tomorrow. Like I said plenty of times I DON'T KNOW

3 comments:

Migraine Chick said...

I like your headache descriptions. I always feel like I have a crazed squirrel in my head causing my daily migraine pain. I call him Migraine Squirrel Chuck.

I really like your blog. Keep up the great work!

M said...

Is it possible you are dealing with an energy predator. That will give you terrible headaches. Look up astral vampires and psychic vampires. If someone is drawing energy from you it can cause terrible headaches and fatigue. Think if there is someone in your life that seems to always be there when you get one of these headaches. I speak from experience.

Anonymous said...

I strongly believe cluster headaches are caused by a spiritual presence, here's why...

I had been dating a girl for nearly 3 years, and she decided to spend the night at my house and have a movie marathon. About two hours in she started to get a headache, no big deal or so we thought. Soon after that she was crying, vomiting, and pleading for the pain to go away. I didnt know what to do so being a believer i did what any believer would do, PRAY. I asked for the pain to be taken from her and to lay the burden on me...30 seconds later I was the one crying and pounding the floor with my fists and she was comforting me.