Earlier this week, veteran actress Isabel Granada was rushed to a hospital in Doha, Qatar after reportedly suffering from Brain Aneurysm and multiple cardiac arrest which led to her being in a comatose state. Celebrities and fans alike have expressed their prayers for the fast recovery of Isabel.
However, do we have an idea as to what Brain Aneurysm really is? Allow us to give you answers to a few Frequently Asked Questions about Brain Aneurysm.
What is Brain Aneurysm?
A brain or cerebral aneurysm is the bulging of a weak area in the artery that supplies blood to the brain. This ailment has no specific symptom and often goes unnoticed.
What are the causes of Brain Aneurysm?
In an article by Trending News Portal, Dr. Carlo Francis Santiago, an endovascular neurosurgeon said that the factors that may increase the risk of the bulging of the weak area in the artery is the increase in blood pressure, or high cholesterol or blood sugar level because these occurences weakens the nerves.
Who are the common Victims of Brain Aneurysm?
Studies say that people aged 35 to 60 are the ones that are likely to suffer from Brain Aneurysm. Women are more prone to this illness compared to men. This sickness can also be inherited. Those who have a Brain Aneurysm history in their family are more likely to have the same illness that those who don’t.
What are the common symptoms of Brain Aneurysm?
When you notice a person suffering from severe headache, high blood pressure, nausea and vomiting, and fainting, call a physician right away.