Know what it may look like when a blood vessel in the brain bursts
An aneurysm is an enlarged blood vessel or artery due to weakening in the blood-vessel wall. There are many risk factors for an aneurysm and they can form in individuals with head injuries, blood infections, or hypertension. An aneurysm itself may present no symptoms at all, but complications arise when it ruptures — especially in the brain. Here are the warning signs of a ruptured brain aneurysm.
Abnormal electrical discharges can strike in the brain and cause a seizure or convulsions. Seizures can be a symptom of various conditions, including a brain aneurysm. If someone near you experiences a seizure follow these first aid tips. Call 9-1-1 if the person has never had a seizure before.