Headbanging to heavy metal can cause brain clot

Headbanging to heavy metal can cause brain clotIt may not wreck your spirit, yet it turns out that overwhelming metal music might be risky to your mind. In any event in some uncommon cases.

German specialists say they have treated a Motorhead fan whose headbanging propensity at last prompted a cerebrum damage, yet that the danger to metal fans when all is said in done is so little they don't need to surrender the shaking.

Last January, specialists at Hannover Medical School saw a 50-year-old man who grumbled of steady, exacerbating migraines. The patient, who was not recognized, had no history of head wounds or substance ill-use issues yet said he had been headbanging customarily for a long time, most as of late at a Motorhead show he went to with his child.

I think if our patient had gone to a classical show, this would not have happened. After a sweep, specialists uncovered their patient had a cerebrum drain and required an opening penetrated into his mind to empty the blood. The patient's migraines soon vanished. In a catch up output, the specialists saw he had a benevolent pimple which may have made the metal devotee more defenseless against a cerebrum harm.

We are not against headbanging, said Dr. Ariyan Pirayesh Islamian, one of the specialists who treated the man. The danger of damage is, low. Be that as it may, I think if (our patient) had (gone) to a classical show, this would not have happened.