The life of Emilia Clarke It changed from one second to another between 2011 and 2013, when two aneurysms left her on the verge of death. Over time she was able to recover, but the consequences They could have been catastrophic.
In a recent report, the protagonist of game of Thrones remembered what he suffered at that time and he said part of his brain “disappeared.”
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What Emilia Clarke said about her health problems
In dialogue with the program Sunday morning of bbc oneEmilia Clarke gave details about his medical condition. “A good deal of my brain can no longer be used. It’s remarkable that I can speak articulately and live my life completely normally without any repercussions.”
Clarke remarked that it belongs to the “very small minority that can survive” a health situation as serious as the one he suffered.
“There is quite a lack (of brain)! In strokes, basically, as soon as any part of your brain doesn’t get blood for a second, it’s gone. And so the blood finds a different route to move, but then whatever is missing, it disappears, ”he crudely defined about his reality.
What health problems did Emilia Clarke suffer from?
Right after finishing filming the first season of game of Thrones in 2011, the HBO series that launched her to fame, Emilia Clarke suffered her first aneurysmwhich caused a stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage.
That made him have to face surgery to cure the complication. Because of the trauma, she had temporary aphasia, a disorder that affects how she communicates. “In my worst moments, I asked the medical staff let me die” had recounted a few years ago, in a note that she herself wrote in the magazine The New Yorker.
Two years later, the nightmare returned and Clarke suffered another aneurysm. She also underwent an operation, although this time it was more traumatic than her before: the actress did not know if she would return to work.
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“The first time was difficult, and the second time it was much more difficult for me to be optimistic,” said the actress, who was afraid that she would not be able to return to her profession. “It was not easy to return to the set after the brain hemorrhage, but work became my salvation,” he said.