Aneurysm Helpline: Aneurysm Support
Treatment for Aneurysm
An aneurysm is a heart disease that happens when an artery wall weakens, creating swelling or dilation. Most forms of aneurysm are not serious and do not present any signs. But some of them can become severe, resulting in artery rupture. The most severe types of this disease, such as aortic aneurysms, can trigger internal bleeding and be life-threatening. High blood pressure is the common risk factor for an aneurysm. Also, many people with a family history of aneurysm are more likely to get the disease.
If your loved one has an aneurysm, you can talk to ExtendaTouch online group members who have experience with the condition and its treatment. They can share with you valuable advice about precautionary measures, diet, and treatment options for the disease. Our fellow caregivers can even provide you emotional support to help relieve your stress.
Heart Helpline for Aneurysm
If you suspect a friend or a family member has an aneurysm, you must encourage them to have the condition diagnosed. This disease can affect blood flow in your heart and body, resulting in mild or severe pain in the chest. Many patients do not experience any symptoms unless a rupture happens.
ExtendaTouch has a support group for aneurysms, where patients and caregivers exchange information, ideas, advice, and emotional support. You can use our online heart helpline to connect with our friendly members and get help to cope with an aneurysm. Some people with this disorder experience emotional exhaustion. Many of our fellows at ExtendaTouch are open to provide you emotional support.