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A brain bleed, more commonly known as a brain hemorrhage, is localized bleeding that occurs from an artery bursting in the brain. A brain bleed is considered a type of stroke and is responsible for approximately 13 percent of all strokes, reports WebMD.

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Causes of a brain bleed include high blood pressure, blood vessels abnormalities, liver disease and amyloid angiopathy, which is an abnormality of blood vessel walls, according to WebMD. Risk factors increase with hypertension and aging. Brain bleeding, called hemorrhage, irritates the brain tissues

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A sudden, severe headache, seizures, weakness in the arms or legs, nausea, vomiting and lethargy are some of the symptoms of a brain hemorrhage, or brain bleeding, notes WebMD. Brain bleeding is a very serious medical condition, and people displaying its symptoms should seek medical help immediately

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Home treatments for nose bleeds in the elderly include ice, a cotton ball soaked in vinegar, gauze soaked in petroleum jelly or pinching the nostrils closed for 10 minutes. Nose bleeds are either anterior or posterior. Posterior nose bleeds often can't be managed at home and require a doctor.

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Good activities for seniors include starting a simple exercise regimen, playing easy video games, and joining senior centers or card clubs, recommends Parentgiving. Depending on the older person's overall condition, urge him to study another language or subject, start photography or any new hobby, o

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A brain bleed or brain hemorrhage is treated with surgery and medications, such as painkillers, corticosteroids, diuretics to reduce swelling and anticonvulsants to control seizures, according to WebMD. Treatment for a brain hemorrhage depends on its location, cause and the extent of the bleeding.

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Symptoms of a slow brain bleed, called a subdural hematoma, can include dizziness, change in behavior, confusion and headaches, WebMD notes. In very slow growing hematomas, a person may not exhibit symptoms for two weeks.

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A normal heart rate for the elderly is often the same as it was in youth and varies by activity level. It is common for an elderly person's heart rate to take longer to increase with exercise and take longer to slow down after exertion, according to MedlinePlus.

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Bleeding in the brain stem is a sign of a brain hemorrhage. When it occurs in the brain stem, which is the site for the majority of the body's automatic functions, the patient can lose the ability to respond and even go into a coma, according to MedicineNet.

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Elder abuse studies from 1990 indicate that between 1.6 and two million senior citizens suffer some form of neglect or abuse, including physical, emotional or financial abuse. Social service and medical providers state that elder abuse is under-reported, which indicates that it is more prevalent tha