A âcerebralâ or âbrain aneurysmâ is a disorder in which there is a weakness in the wall of blood vessel like cerebral artery or vein within the brain network. There is ballooning or dilation of the blood vessel.
A common location of cerebral aneurysms is on the arteries at the base of the brain, known as the âCircle of Willisâ. It often looks like a berry hanging on a stem.
These aneurysm formations can be benefited by homoeopathic medicines. Recurrence and sequelae of the aneurysms can be withheld by homoeopathic medicines.
A number of factors can contribute to weakness in an artery wall and increase the risk of a brain aneurysm.
The contributing factors include:
Family history of brain aneurysm, particularly a first-degree relative, such as a parent or sibling
Drug abuse, particularly the use of cocaine
Heavy alcohol consumption
Certain blood infections
High blood pressure (hypertension)
Hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis)
Cerebral aneurysms occur more commonly in adults than in children but they may occur at any age.
They are more common in women than in men, by a ratio of 3 to 2
Ruptured aneurysm: Sudden, severe headache is the key symptom of a ruptured aneurysm. This headache is often described as the "worst headache" ever experienced. Patient become unconscious, if bleeding has occurred in brain because of rupture aneurism. It is medical emergency patient need to be hospitalizing immediately in critical care for monitoring.