Stroke is a major cause of serious disability in the United States. Every year, nearly 800,000 people have a stroke, 700,000 of them for the first time and in 150,000 cases, it recurs. But there are ways to prevent it if you are careful about certain things in your daily life.
Here at ViralScratch, we’ve enlisted some of the signs you shouldn’t miss to prevent an upcoming stroke.
Having a stroke is like a heart attack, but in this case it attacks your brain. In fact, a stroke occurs when some parts of the brain are cut off, rendering our bodies unable to function normally. The affected part of the brain needs urgent medical attention because it is important for the brain to have a continuous supply of oxygen so that it can function normally.
Stroke symptoms usually develop quickly, but it can sometimes take hours or even days to notice that something is wrong. Therefore, if you think you may be experiencing any of these symptoms it is important not to ignore them, even if some of them do not seem very dangerous.
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