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extreme anger cause aneurysm
the other day i got really angry. i could feel the blood rushing through the veins in my neck and afterwards i got really tired and got a headache. i was wondering if this could cause an aneurysm im really worried
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Definently not. Aneurysms develop slowly and over time, ussually in people who have chronic high blood pressure or some sort of weakness or defect in the artery wall. I don't think you should be worried.
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I got really upset one night and i felt the blood was rushing up through my face and head. In the middle of the night i got up with severe neck pain and headache and within few hours inability to function normally. I was having an hemorraghic stroke (rupture of aneurysm). They do not know why I had develop the aneurysm, as I do not have high blood pressure, am not a smoker, or drink alcohol, or have family history of stroke. It seems that aneursym develop over time, but I am still  in my head think that night  may have caused my aneurysm to rupture. I had surgery (stent and coil embolization) since then but am scare of developing new one or rupture the existing one if not canalized properly. So I monitored it with cerebral angio since the surgery and will do MRA in a week !!  so do not stress out....or get angry. Is not worthed. My life  has changed since my stroke and I hope people could be more compassionate and loving. We can not change them but we can change how we react to unfortunate situation.
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