Cerebral haemorrhage

Published on Nervous system.

A cerebral haemorrhage is a brain stroke

Brain Stroke

Published on Nervous system, Useful concepts.

A cerebral aneurysm demonstrates blood circulation problems in the brain. It happens to the person who is very intellectual, who wants to control everything and does not allow life to flow, the person who he a knows-it-all. This is a very yang person, with a very masculine stance, a true warrior. It is advisable to learn about this person’s views on authority, to understand this person’s relationship with the father’s role, with the model of masculinity and the model of manhood. The person who suffers from a cerebral aneurysm has not acted very intellectually recently only. No, his Cartesian side, tough in nature, has been in existence for a long time. It is important to know how this person relates to his biological Father or to his male role model.

People who suffer from aneurysms are people who do not listen to emotions and are prone to rationalizing everything, a Cartesian attitude.

This type of problems occurs much more frequently in intellectual people than in people with manual occupations who have a more practical approach to things. They keep it simple.

Vascular accidents which take place in the upper part of the body (head, arms, and torso) are linked to very masculine behaviours, very macho attitudes, very yang. Vascular accidents in the lower part of the body (hips and legs) are linked to self-denial behaviours, more passive, more feminine, more yin.

Cerebral aneurysms and brain embolism, they are also considered as brain strokes.

The heart, the engine of the circulatory system and the brain are intimately connected. If you would like to look into this topic further, see Circulatory System, see Heart and see Aneurysm.

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