Alert! Stroke Blood Vessel Rupture and Treatment

Alert! Stroke Blood Vessel Rupture and Treatment

Hermina’s Friend, recently, cases of bleeding in the brain or hemorrhagic stroke have become a public concern. Hemorrhagic stroke is a type of stroke that is dangerous. Hemorrhagic stroke is a type of stroke that occurs when blood vessels in the brain burst and can reduce brain function.

Stroke Causes: Blood Vessel Rupture 

There are many causes of stroke and rupture of blood vessels, and each individual is different. However, hypertension is one of the most common causes. Hypertension is often also called "The Silent Killer" because it is not controlled and is found in severe complications, including hemorrhagic stroke or rupture of blood vessels in the brain.

Apart from hypertension, there are several causes of hemorrhagic strokes, such as severe head injuries, brain aneurysms (weak expansion of the walls of the blood vessels of the brain), and also disorders of the blood vessels in the brain.

Stroke Rupture of Blood Vessels Symptoms: 

  1. Neurological deficit It is also known as a nerve disorder, and symptoms include weakness on one side of the body, slurred speech, and numbness.

  2. Severe headache 

  3. Nauseous vomit

  4. Loss of consciousness 

  5. Weakness of the limbs

When should I go to the hospital immediately?

The condition of a ruptured blood vessel in the brain is an emergency condition and requires immediate treatment. In this case, we are playing with time; if you have found the above symptoms, immediately visit a health facility. Most people bring patients who have fallen, but if they look like they have severe headaches accompanied by vomiting or loss of consciousness such as drowsiness, don't delay going to the hospital so they can be treated earlier. Early treatment will certainly be able to reduce the possibility of severe consequences such as permanent brain damage, disability, and even death.

How do you prevent hemorrhagic stroke?

We can prevent all diseases by knowing the risk factors. If you already know the risk factors, what is no less important is changing your lifestyle for the better. For example, you can control your blood pressure by taking medication on a regular basis and visiting your doctor on a regular basis.Maintain a healthy diet, such as by limiting salt consumption, and exercise on a regular basis.Of course, changing your lifestyle for the better is much better than if there had been bleeding in the brain.

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