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By Minyvonne Burke
Actress Emilia Clarke Thrones Game. an emotional essay revealing that she suffered two brain aneurysms, one in 201
In the long article, The New Yorker 32-year-old actress, playing Daener Targaryen in the Throne Game, said that 2011 was a year of action. February. The first aneurysm suffered from a gym in North London.
"I was so tired that I could, when I started training, I had to force myself through the first few exercises," she wrote. "Then my coach had to get to the board and I immediately felt the elastic band pressed my brain. I tried to ignore the pain and push it, but I just couldn't. ”
She said she went out of the training class and, after returning to the store, she was" severely ill ". The woman in the locker found out if Clarke needed help, and the other thing Clarke said he remembered was someone who called her parents and told them to meet in the hospital.
her dream was to diagnose subarachnoid bleeding, a life-threatening type of stroke caused by bleeding in the brain environment, and would require a "minimally invasive" surgery that doctors did not need to lower their skull.
Clarke was hospitalized next month, suffering from visual problems, "unbearable" pain and loss of memory.
"I never experienced such fear – a feeling of condemnation. I wasn't worth living. I am an actor, I have to remember my lines. Now I couldn't remember my name, ”she wrote.
According to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, aneurysms are fatal by about 40 percent. cases and those who are going through 60 percent of the neurological deficit. About 15 percent People who had a brain aneurysm died before entering hospital
Actress said 2013 She suffered a second brain aneurysm and a New York game. Clarke said she was told that on the side of her brain she learned about her first hospital, her growth was "twice as high" and required surgery.
"This time they had to access my brain in an old – fashionable way – through my skull, and the operation had to happen right away," she wrote.
Clarke said the procedure left her looking as if it were "more terrible than war, than experienced by Daenerys." 19659007] “From the opera, I divorced the leak from the head. My skull bits were replaced with titan, ”she wrote.
Clarke, who wrote earlier that she asked the reporter about her health problems but denied it, said she was now ready to say her "truth fu
She also said she had taken another passion without action – Helping people recover from brain injuries and withdraw from the charity that it helped to develop, called the SameYou.