Symptoms and causes of cerebral hemorrhage

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Some of the past, social media shocked by the news of the death of Gayatri Waisilla, a young girl and a genius who mastered 14 languages. Gayatri reportedly died of a brain hemorrhage or often known as cerebral edema. Well Ladies, it would not hurt if you listen to what you know it's a disease of the brain hemorrhage, causes, and symptoms.

Cerebral hemorrhage is a type of stroke. Cerebral hemorrhage can occur due to an artery in the brain bursts and causes bleeding. The blood that comes out will irritate the tissues and causes swelling in the brain.

This condition also causes pressure on the brain so that the patient felt an incredible headache. Bleeding can occur in the brain, between the brain and the membranes that cover it, the cover layer of the brain or between the skull and the cover of the brain.
 
The cause of cerebral hemorrhage, among others:
  1. Injury. Injury is the most common cause in patients under the age of 50 years.
  2. The blood vessels are not strong so that blood pressure can make it easier to break. The state of abnormal blood vessel walls that often occurs mainly in people with high blood.
  3. Suffering from hemophilia or sickle cell anemia.

So, what the symptoms of a brain hemorrhage? Are frequent headaches a sign we are suffering a brain hemorrhage?
 
Indeed, one of the common symptoms of a brain hemorrhage is a headache. However, not all headaches are symptoms of a cerebral hemorrhage, but could be due to changes in temperature or there are other causes.

While the symptoms are often present in patients with cerebral hemorrhage among headache that comes on suddenly, arms and legs felt weak, taste like vomiting, impaired vision, loss of balance, was difficult to speak. In addition, symptoms of cerebral hemorrhage also had something to do with the loss of motor nerve function of patients.

Well Ladies, if you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it is advisable to immediately seek medical attention before it's too late.