Concert Headbanging Caused Patient's Brain Bleeding: Doctors
Doctors found a 50-year-old Motorhead fan suffered a subdural hematoma and an intense headache after headbanging at a concert four weeks earlier.By Collin Ruane | July 7, 2014
The next time you plan on rocking out and doing some headbanging, German researchers say you might want to keep this rare case in mind.
According to recently published research in The Lancet, scientists studied the case of a 50-year-old man who complained of a worsening two-week-long headache that just wouldn't go away.
Upon investigating, doctors found the man suffered from a subdural hematoma, or blood clot in his brain. As to how he got that? Well, headbanging at a Motorhead concert four weeks earlier, the doctors said.