Foreign Affairs

In midst of crisis, China’s president suffers from a minacious brain disease

Chinese President Xi Jinping has a ‘cerebral aneurysm,’ according to media reports, and will be hospitalised by the end of 2021. According to accounts, he preferred to be treated with traditional Chinese drugs rather than surgery, which relaxes blood vessels and decreases aneurysms. Concerns about Xi’s health have been raised in recent months, as he has avoided meeting with foreign leaders since the start of COVID-19 until the Beijing Winter Olympics. During Xi’s March 2019 visit to Italy, his gait was noted as odd, with a noticeable limp, and he was later observed in France during the same tour. 

These days 68 -year-old Xi Jinping is not feeling well and suffering from a serious disease. According to media reports, last year Jinping’s condition become censorious and he was admitted to the hospital for some days.Many speculations have come regarding the president’s health the news of his health comes into the limelight when he was not meet foreign leaders during the winter Olympics in China’s capital Beijing. according to sources at that time his treatment is running and the doctor advised him to not meet with anyone to avoid infection from the body.

In 2019 when he visited Italy at that time Mr. Jinping was facing complications in moving even though he took support to sit. Many other situations also come when some speculations are imposed regarding his health issues. Even now health experts advised him to get immediate surgery but he is only taking medicine.In ‘Cerebral Aneurysm’’ the disease from which Mr. Jinping is suffered. In this disease most patients’ blood vessels get weak and due to weakness, these vessels get swelling. According to health experts, this problem can create in any part of the mind.

‘Cerebral Aneurysm’ symptoms are mostly found in patients with high blood pressure or who are suffering from tumors.Apart from this these days ‘’Zero Covid-19 Policy’’ is also an adversary affecting China’s economic condition.


By TIS Staffer
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