Most people don’t know the difference between an aneurysm and a stroke. Both events differ and manifest through different symptoms. While a stroke is usually caused by reduced oxygen supply to the brain, an aneurysm occurs in the aorta and the brain itself.
Too much coffee
Although it helps us stay awake during the day, too much caffeine can have detrimental effects on our brain health. People with weakened blood vessels are more prone to the dangers of coffee – it can raise their blood pressure and make you tenser, raising the risk of an aneurysm. Furthermore, too much coffee can cause stress, headaches, nausea, vomiting and even numbness in the limbs.
Doing strenuous workouts often can rupture your tense blood vessels and cause an aneurysm. If you want to increase your level of workouts, we suggest consulting with specialists first.
Tense situations and a lot of sudden stress can definitely raise the risk of a brain aneurysm. If you’re prone to scares, we’d recommend against watching scary movies all by yourself.
Hard blowing of the nose
When you need to blow your nose, we recommend being gentle. A hard blow can raise the pressure in your blood vessels and may even rupture one, leading to an aneurysm.
Straining too hard when defecating
The risk of an aneurysm also goes up when you’re straining to defecate too hard. In order for everything to go smoothly, we recommend getting some laxatives and adding some fibre in your diet through avocados, apples and pears.
Being angry all the time
Anger is a harmful emotion that can increase your blood pressure and the risk of a brain aneurysm as well. Find a way to relieve your stress in order to control outbursts and regulate your blood sugar levels as well.