A Strong Headache Can Be The Symptom Of A Brain Aneurysm, A Life-Threatening Condition

A Strong Headache Can Be The Symptom Of A Brain Aneurysm, A Life-Threatening Condition    

Learn To Differentiate It From Other Types Of Headaches    

A headache can be a minor problem or can be painful and incapacitating, such as a migraine. But there are headaches that appear suddenly and be very painful, can be dangerous, because they can be caused by a brain aneurysm and must be treated immediately. Brain aneurysms are expansions of the blood vessels that inflate like a balloon and press the surrounding nerves. These can burst, causing a hemorrhage that can damage blood cells. Therefore, it is a good idea to learn how to identify one and distinguish it from other types of headaches – it could mean the difference between life and death, or permanent disability. Unruptured aneurysms are localized in the area the aneurysm is, and it’s hard to differentiate from migraines. These headaches a usually go together with dilated pupils, difficulty speaking or weakness. When an aneurysm ruptures, the headache is agonizing and can include double vision, seizures, and unconsciousness. This type of headache requires immediate medical attention. Additional details click here.

 

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