Hypoxia (loss of oxygen) is a major stressor on the body.
On average, one can live ~21 days without food, ~2 days without water, but only a few minutes without oxygen. R
Most studies review long term exposure of hypoxia, but in this post we will discuss what happens to the body on a cellular level when exposed to hypoxia in the short term, such as flying or space travel (in a non-hormetic way). Read More
A hemorrhagic stroke happens when an artery in the brain leaks or bursts (ruptures) with bleeding directly into the brain (intracerebral) or into the space between the brain's membranes within the skull (subarachnoid).
The leaked blood causes swelling of the brain and increased pressure in the skull.
The swelling and pressure damage cells and tissues in the brain.
About 13% of strokes are hemorrhagic Read More