Urbanites are busy with work and lack of sleep at night has become commonplace, and they often take “headaches” for granted. Most people are very likely to “eat pills” and take it lightly. However, some doctors warned that the headache “can be big or small”. There was a patient in his 30s who “ignored” the headache for several days in a row. When he was sent to the hospital for a CT scan, it was discovered that the brain was caused by a burst blood vessel. There was a lot of bleeding, and the patient had already reached a very serious stage when he was sent to the hospital. The doctor had no choice but to tell the patient’s wife “to be prepared for the aftermath”.
Ahmad Samhan, a doctor at Kuala Lumpur General Hospital, said that the male patient was only in his 30s. Although he was young, he had a history of high blood pressure. He thought the headaches for several days were normal headaches, and initially only took painkillers to deal with them. On the morning of the accident, he took painkillers not long before he had an epileptic seizure, and was rushed to the hospital almost unconscious. The hospital subsequently performed a CT scan on the man. It was found that he had a severe cerebral hemorrhage, and the area was very large. His blood pressure was also very high, and his brainstem was dead. His wife later learned the news and immediately burst into tears, because her husband is the mainstay of the family and the children in the family are still young.
Ahmad Sanhan lamented that too many people in modern times take “headaches” seriously. Through the sharing of cases, I hope that many people will pay attention to their health, so as not to delay the disease for too long, and it will be too late to cause “medicine and stone to be ineffective”.
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Chen Yixian, president of the Hong Kong College of Cardiology, said in an interview with TOPick that according to research, sleep less than 6 hours a day is considered insufficient sleep. According to a 2013 Dutch study, people with insufficient sleep have a 15% increased risk of cardiovascular disease, as well as increased risk of stroke and cerebral hemorrhage.
According to the Department of Health, a “stroke” is a “cerebrovascular accident”. Due to the blockage or bursting of a blood vessel in the brain, the brain tissue cannot receive enough nutrients and oxygen, and the affected nerve cells die, resulting in various neurological symptoms. Symptoms of stroke include hemiplegia, slurred speech, crooked mouth, slanted eyes, difficulty swallowing, incontinence, numbness, drooling, and even coma or death in severe cases.
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