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What happens when a brain gets hurt and vision gets blurred?

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what would it be if the right side of your brain hurts and your vision in the left eye is blurry and seeing stars, about 45 mins after working out.
Posted Tue, 16 Oct 2012 in Brain and Spine
Answered by Dr. Raju A.T 29 minutes later

Thanks for your query.

Exercise is a Hyper-dynamic state.In here the heart rate is above the normal, as this happens the hyper-dynamic circulation occurs.This causes mismatch in the blood supply and its perfusion into the tissues.

Most people do present with signs of transient ischemia of negligible severity.Such circulatory disturbance can affect any organ in the body , most common being the brain as it is the most perfused organ in the body.

The symptoms you had could probably be due to the same circulatory disturbance in the brain which will soon settle down after a brief period of rest.This does not occur always and in all.Also it is not a serious issue as it does not cause any damage or lead to any complications.

Aerobic exercises mixed with heavy work out can minimise such occurrences in future.

Hope I answered your query.

Wish you good health.

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