A stroke is a “stroke.” It can occur at any time or age when the blood flow to the brain is cut off. Now, when brain cells deprive themselves of oxygen and begin to die, activities controlled by the brain are lost as memory and muscle control.
A stroke can be mild or severe, and it is important to recognize the early signs of prevention and healing. A stroke occurs every 40 seconds and about 800,000 people experience a stroke every year. It is also considered the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Here are some symptoms of a stroke that you should not ignore:
Symptoms of stroke
They tend to differ from person to person, can occur suddenly and will develop gradually. Here are some warning signs that you should keep in mind to recognize a stroke:
Numbness or weakness in your face, arms or legs especially on one side. The face may have fallen on one side, and the person may not be able to smile, or the mouth and eyes may fall. Your arms may also fall asleep, and you may not be able to lift them.
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