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Can blood regularly rushing to head cause weakened capillaries?

First off I have OCD and I regularly wash my hands in the bath while bending over because the sink's taps are too close to the sink itself and leaves barely any room for your hands to fit. While bending over the blood rushes to my head and causes my face to turn bright red, I do this for about 2-4 minutes at a time and I have been doing this for 3 or 4 months, up to 15 times a day.

Does this pose any health riskshttp://www.medhelp.org/posts/new_with_new_subject?forum_id=926#, for example can all that blood rushing to my head this lead to weakened capillaries and eventually lead to a brain aneurysm? Also when I try to sneeze, blow my nose or cough there is this mild pressure in head and blackness around the edge of my eyes.
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