We are deeply shocked to share the news of famous bodybuilder and fitness icon Joesthetics’ sudden and abrupt demise. The well-known bodybuilder Joesthetics, also known as Jo Lindner, reportedly passed away at a young age. On Friday, June 30, 2023, he passed away at the age of just thirty. Since the news of Joesthetics’ passing spread, the whole bodybuilding community and fitness lovers all around the world have been in sorrow.
Jo Lindner cause of death
The news of Jo’s passing was announced by his girlfriend, who goes by the Instagram handle @immapeaches. She said that an aneurysm caused Jo’s death. According to the Cleveland Clinic, a brain aneurysm happens when the arterial walls in the brain become flimsy and fragile. This develops at the places where arteries branch and the issue is occasionally identified at birth. An irregularity in the arterial wall or other variables that weaken an artery may be the cause of the issue. The girlfriend of Jo Lindner wrote that they were holding on to one other inside her boyfriend’s chamber. She explained that Jo was experiencing neck pain, and they had no idea how serious the issue was.
She continued, “At this time, I couldn’t write very much. Trust me, this man is more than you could ever imagine. He is kind and kind yet powerful and diligent, loyal and honest, and smart. Jo Linder was well aware of what he needed to write, according to her, and he personally responded to all comments on his social media posts. According to the Cleveland Clinic, a brain aneurysm is a bulge in a vulnerable area of a blood vessel in the brain. The weak area is pushed outside by the blood flow’s pressure, creating a hump that resembles a blister.
The issue can arise anywhere in the brain, with the major arteries at the base of the skull hosting the majority of its occurrences. The majority of brain aneurysms are minor and have no symptoms. If it causes pressure on the nerves or brain tissue, there may be symptoms. Bleeding in the brain might also result from the aneurysm leaking or rupturing. Seizures, drooping eyelids, pain around the eye, confusion, weakness, and loss of consciousness are just a few of the disease’s typical symptoms, which also include a strong headache, nausea, vomiting, stiff neck, double vision, light sensitivity, and seizures. A number of conditions, including Marfan syndrome, fibromuscular dysplasia, autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease, vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and arteriovenous malformation, can result in aneurysms.