Symptoms of an aneurysm vary with each type and location. Aneurysms that occur near the surface of the body can show signs of swelling and pain. Some symptoms can include;
- Increased heart rate
Fact: Aneurysms that occur in the body or brain don’t generally show signs or symptoms until they rupture.
Fact: Males are more likely to have aneurysms than females.
Fact: Risk factors can include; age over 60, diets high in fat and cholesterol, family history of heart conditions, smoking, obesity and pregnancy.
- Eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains
- Eat meat and poultry that are low in fat
- Eat low fat dairy products
- Exercise regularly
- Reduce stress
- Stop smoking
- See your doctor for regular check ups
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