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Brain Hemorrhage

Hypertension may be a persuasive hazard as it builds amplified pressure inside the blood artery and overtime wanes the blood vessel. A weakened vessel can result in aneurysm make the inner wall of the blood vessel to rupture. If in case this happens in or around brain cell brain hemorrhage occurs.

There are primarily two distinct types

• Intracranial hemorrhage or Intracerebral haemorrhage
• Subarachnoid haemorrhage

Causes of Brain Hemorrhage

There may be numerous risk factors

1. Head Trauma during any accident: It is a very common cause for it as any severe head injury may lead to internal bleed in brain which in turn results as brain stroke.

2. Patient suffering from high blood pressure: Over a stretch of time due to high blood pressure the blood arteries of the brain weakens and may rupture someday leading to cerebral hemorrhage.

3. Aneurysm: It may weaken the inner membrane of blood vessels and it may swell and burst open resulting in spread of blood in cerebral fluid leading to hemorrhage.

4. Blood vessel aberrations from birth: Sometimes brain may suffer from blood vessel aberrations from birth which may lead to cerebral hemorrhage due to weakening of blood arteries.

5. Weakness in blood vessels due to Amyloid angiopathy: Over time as the patient ages sometimes there is an observation in blood vessels which weakens them. There are overlooked bleeds occasionally before it causes a major hemorrhage in brain.

6. Hemophilia or sickle cell anemia: Patients suffering from either Hemophilia disease or sickle cell anemia disease may abruptly have reduced blood cells leading to brain bleeding.