A brain aneurysms can feel like the worst headache you could experience and can even be fatal if left untreated. You might wonder what exactly is an aneurysm?
Well, let me explain it’s a weakened spot in the blood vessel walls, which can causes bulges in the blood vessels. Aneurysms occur in the aorta most often, but brain aneurysms are also common.
It can be particularly difficult to determine the differences between a brain aneurysm and a normal headache or a migraine. Once a brain aneurysm ruptures, an extremely severe headache can be felt immediately.
The striking similarity in symptoms between migraines and brain aneurysms can make it easy to shrug it off as ‘just another headache’.
41 year old, Lee Broadway from North Carolina often experienced migraines, however one particular day she was experienced the worst headache of her life.
She went to the hospital straight away with her husband where it was obvious Lee suffered from a brain aneurysm. Unfortunately, two days later Lee tragically passed away.
Here are a few warning signs that can indicate a brain aneurysm.
1.An excruciating headache unlike you’ve ever felt
2.Overly and suddenly sensitive to light
4.Constant feeling of nausea and the urge to vomit
5.Blurred or double vision
6.Drooping eyelids all of a sudden
7.A stiff neck in an instant
8.Feeling numb in the faceA remarkably sharp pain above or behind a single eye, like a stab
10.Seemingly hearing noises similar to explosions or gun shots
If you happen to experience any of these symptoms or know someone who does, it’s very important to consult a doctor or a specialist. Not all headaches are the same and taking precautions saves lives.
Don’t try to pass it off as just another headache. It can mean the difference between life and death.
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