What is brain stroke? Why does the risk increase in winter? Know how to avoid it.

<पी शैली="पाठ-संरेखण: औचित्य सिद्ध करें;">Brain stroke can affect your body in many ways. In a way you can also call it paralysis. This problem is seen in people above 50 years of age. But in the last few years, this problem is also being seen in people below 30 to 35 years of age. The risk of brain stroke increases significantly in winter. Let us know the reason behind this. In medical term it is known as intracranial hemorrhage. The biggest question that arises regarding brain hemorrhage is how does it happen? And how can this be avoided?

Reason behind rupture of brain vein

There can be many reasons for brain hemorrhage. As if a person has suffered a serious head injury. Serious injury, car accident, any kind of injury to the head can cause brain hemorrhage.

Due to high BP, it can also damage the nerves of the brain, the walls of the blood vessels and cause bleeding or bursting of the blood vessels.

Blood clotting in the brain can also cause brain hemorrhage.

The risk of brain hemorrhage also increases due to accumulation of fat in the arteries or atherosclerosis.

A ruptured cerebral aneurysm is a weak spot in the wall of a blood vessel that swells and bursts.

Brain hemorrhage also occurs due to amyloid protein inside the walls of the brain veins i.e. cerebral amyloid angiopathy.

Brain tumors that put pressure on brain tissue can also cause bleeding and brain hemorrhage.

Smoking, drinking too much alcohol or smoking cocaine also increases the risk of brain hemorrhage.

Eclampsia and intraventricular bleeding during pregnancy can also cause brain hemorrhage.

How does brain hemorrhage occur?

There can be many reasons for brain hemorrhage. When the brain does not get the right amount of oxygen, brain cells start dying. In such a situation, body activities start getting affected. Which is called intracranial hemorrhage or cerebral hemorrhage. In such a situation, if there is a lack of oxygen for more than three to four minutes, then the nerves of the brain are badly affected. Due to this, the nerves of the brain are greatly affected.

Paralysis in any part of the body

numbness or weakness in any part of the body

having difficulty eating and drinking

Affecting eyesight.

seizures and headaches

This could also result in the death of a person.

How to avoid brain hemorrhage

If you want to avoid brain hemorrhage then always keep getting your BP checked. Especially a high BP patient should keep getting his BP checked often. To control high cholesterol, it is very important to keep weight under control. In such a situation, drink less alcohol, take a healthy diet and exercise daily. If you have diabetes, always keep sugar under control. The risk of brain stroke increases in winter because the blood becomes thick in this season. The thin blood vessel becomes narrow. Due to which there is pressure on the blood. Due to which the risk of blood clotting increases.

Blood pressure is a big reason

Blood pressure patients have increased risk of brain stroke. If blood pressure is high, the nerves of the brain can burst. Or it may cause obstruction. It is very important to keep BP under control during winter season. It is very important to take a brain stroke patient to the hospital within 3 hours.

Who need to stay safe?

Type-2 diabetes patients

high blood pressure patients

people who are overweight

People who smoke, drink alcohol and take excessive contraceptive pills

People whose cholesterol is increased.

Disclaimer: Before implementing the method, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, please consult a doctor or related expert.

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