Emilia Clarke shares harrowing photos from her time in hospital

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The British actress, who plays the dragon riding queen Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO show, says she suffered the first aneurysm at 24 while at the gym, not long after completing the first season Game of Thrones. Surprisingly, her exercise regimen isn't so aggressive.

After likening the feeling of the first incident to a rubber band being snapped around her brain, Clarke told Smith "with the second one, there was a bit of my brain that actually died". His approach is all about sustainability and self-love, focusing on treating the body with kindness and compassion instead of strict rules and body-beating workout programs. "In my worst moments, I wanted to pull the plug".

"They literally were looking at the brain and being like, 'Well, we think it could be her concentration, it could be her peripheral vision [affected]'".

Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO series, has shared images from the ordeal during an interview with Tracy Smith on the U.S. chat show Sunday Morning.

"I always say it's my taste in men that's no longer there".

"As I later learned, about a third of SAH patients die immediately or soon thereafter".

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Discussing the impact it had not just on her physical health but mental well-being, she said: "The first time it was difficult, with the second one I found it much harder to stay optimistic".

The star first spoke out about her near-fatal brain aneurysms in a candid personal essay published in The New Yorker last month.

The Daenerys Targaryen actress said the first aneurysm occurred in 2011, shortly after they'd wrapped on filming the first Game Of Thrones series.

"For a very long time I thought it was my ability to act, it was a very, very deep paranoia". I definitely went through a period of being. down - putting it mildly.

"And that became the thing that just saved me from considering my own mortality".

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