Doctor: An unbearable headache indicates the presence of a tumor or an aneurysm Doctor: An unbearable headache indicates the presence of a tumor or an aneurysm

Doctor: An unbearable headache indicates the presence of a tumor or an aneurysm

Doctor: An unbearable headache indicates the presence of a tumor or an aneurysm

Dr. Alexander Myasnikov points out that anyone suffers from a headache even once in their life. But severe headaches are a red flag warning of the development of serious diseases.

He says: "Everyone suffers from headaches. They are advised to walk, massage, take pills, or anything else. But headaches can indicate a serious illness such as a brain tumor."

The other cause of severe headaches, according to him, may be due to an aneurysm in the brain, which before it ruptures causes severe pain that reaches the point of hitting the head against the wall.

Myasnikov advises the relatives of the person diagnosed with an aneurysm to undergo examination, because this disease is transmitted genetically. Its danger lies in that it is often “silent” and cannot be felt in any way. The person who feels pain when the disease appears is considered lucky because he received a warning.

Myasnikov recommends consulting a doctor when feeling a severe headache that gets worse when changing body position and when coughing.

“This means there is a brain tumor, and the pressure inside the skull starts to increase,” he says. “When a person coughs, it spreads to the head.”

According to him, if you suddenly start suffering from headaches after the age of fifty, you must conduct an examination and monitor the condition so that the tumor does not develop.

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