Aneurysm Brain

Posted on Apr 15, 2019 in Health Conditions, Healthy Living, Heart Disease, Natural Health, Nutrition

Aneurysm Brain

Aneurysms: Brain and Abdominal Aorta

The term aneurysm refers to something widening—in this context, it refers to a balloon-like protrusion that develops in the artery wall, putting the artery at risk for rupture. This may be due to an inherited predisposed condition, but more often aneurysms results from a gradual weakening of the artery due to arteriosclerosis and chronic hypertension. Other risk factors include family history of occurrences, smoking cigarettes and hypertension. However, the most common cause is hardening and loss of elasticity in the artery.

Symptoms of an Abdominal Aorta Aneurysm

The most common place for an aneurysm is in the abdominal aorta. A main symptom is pain in the upper abdomen and lower back that extends into the area of the groin and legs. Pain is an important gauge in this case, as its presence may be the result of a rapidly forming aneurysm, or worse, one that is leaking.

Symptoms of a Brain Aneurysm

There is often little to no warning of a brain aneurysm. If you experience any of the following symptoms, call 911 or other emergency services immediately.

Symptoms of an actual rupture in the brain may include the onset of a sudden and severe headache. Other accompanying symptoms may include nausea and vomiting, neck pain, fainting, seizures, and sensitivity to light. The major concern with aneurysms (and strokes) is the damage to the brain (which may be permanent) and death.

Women have been shown to be more susceptible to brain aneurysms, but they present in both genders. Detection of brain aneurysms can be tricky, especially when looking to guard against an aneurysm that has yet to rupture. Symptoms to watch out for include severe headaches, alteration in speech, blurred vision, and neck pain, as these stem from pressure building in key areas of the brain.

Treatment of an Aneurysm

The preferred treatment of an aneurysm is prevention; otherwise, in cases where it is an option, a surgeon will remove the affected area of the artery and replace it with a graft of synthetic fabric.

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