"One Month" Before Stroke, Your Body Will SHOW You These Warning Signs "Please" Don’t Ignore Them!

One Month Before Stroke, Your Body Will Send You These Warning Signs, Don’t Ignore Them!

Strokes are consider most serious and life-threatening concerns, however there is way to prevent one up to a month before stroke happens by knowing how to recognize the warning signs your body is sending.
The symptoms to recognize will be shown how can indicate a stroke one month in advance and help you prevent it.
 Firstly, there are 2 types of strokes, ischemic and hemorrhagic.
The first one, ischemic is more common and was caused by narrowing or blocking of arteries to the brain which leads to reduction of blood flow, whereas the second, hemorrhagic is caused by bleeding in the brain and is less common.
Stroke is consider the top 5 primary causes of death in USA that is why you need pay close attention to any uncommon changes in your body and must act immediately, especially elders in your family.
Stroke occurs is when a blood vessel that carrying oxygen and nutrients to the brain was bursts or gets blocked by a clot.
From the cause of this blockage, the related part of the brain will not receive enough oxygen and nutrients, thus causing the brain cells will start to die off.
Furthermore, the roles controlled by this body part will then be affected because the brain needs to controls all of our bodily functions. This can have a huge impact on your overall health issue.
Stroke’s symptoms can shows differently in different people, thus when different brain parts are affected, all patients report is that they occurs suddenly.
Now let’s reveal the warning symptoms that can be detected up to a month before it happens and can help you, your friends or family to prevent this serious and life-threatening situation.

Here Are the 12 Most Common Symptoms of Stroke:

1. Numbness in the arm, leg or left side of the face.

2. Having trouble speaking & understanding other people speaking.

3. Complete or partial paralysis.

4. Trouble seeing on one or both eyes.

5. Hiccups.

6. Losing consciousness frequently.

7. Dizziness.

8. Pain.

9. Breathing problems.

10. Hallucinations.

11. Epileptic attacks (is a brain disorder).

12. Personality changes.


Recognize the symptoms carefully and consult your doctor if you’re in doubt.

The symptom might happen SUDDENLY which you might shock and unable to help or get help, this is why you need to recognize these symptoms and teach others close to you on how to rescue if necessary as following:

Use the letters in "fast" to spot stroke signs and know when to call  9-1-1.

ANYONE CAN HAVE a stroke, So EVERYONE SHOULD BE READY.

FACE DROOPING

Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Is the person's smile uneven or lopsided?

ARM WEAKNESS

Is one arm weak or numb? Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?


SPEECH DIFFICULTY

Is speech slurred? Is the person unable to speak or hard to understand? Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence, like "The sky is blue." Is the person able to correctly repeat the words?

TIME TO CALL 9-1-1

If someone shows any of these symptoms, even if the symptoms go away, call 9-1-1 and say, "I think this is a stroke" to help get the person to the hospital immediately. Time is important! Don't delay, and also note the time when the first symptoms appeared. Emergency res-ponders will want to know.



I hope you can share this to those who needed help anytime you can perform using this FAST to spot the symptoms and perform the ambulances call.

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