First of all, you should know that there are two main types of stroke: ischemic and hemorrhagic. Ischemic strokes are more common and result in a significant decrease in blood flow due to narrowing and blockage of blood vessels in the brain.
Hemorrhagic strokes are less common and are caused by bleeding in the brain.
I can ask you a simple question – do you know what a stroke is? A stroke is a disease that affects the arteries that go to and from the brain.
A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is blocked or ruptured by a blood clot. In this case, part of the brain cannot receive the necessary blood (and oxygen), which leads to the death of brain cells. Now you may be wondering: What are the consequences of a stroke? The brain is a very complex organ that controls various functions of the body. If a stroke occurs and the blood flow cannot reach the part of the body that controls certain functions, it means that it is not working properly.
To reduce the risk of serious brain injury, it is very important to recognize the symptoms of a stroke and seek medical attention as soon as possible. It can help reduce your risk of death and disability and increase your chances of recovery. Doctors say symptoms vary from person to person, depending on the type of stroke, the area of the brain affected, and the disability. But they all start at the same time.
The most common symptoms:
Dizziness or weakness.
Temporary loss of vision
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