Poor blood circulation in the brain leads to cell death. It is the fifth leading cause of death and disability in America. There are two types of stroke: a stroke that occurs as a result of a narrowing and blockage of one of the arteries leading to the brain, and a hemorrhagic stroke that occurs due to reduced blood flow.
When a blood vessel that supplies the brain with nutrients ruptures or is blocked by a clot, part of the brain cannot receive the blood and oxygen it needs to function, resulting in cell death. Since the brain is a complex organ that controls many functions of the body, a stroke occurs when blood flow to certain areas of the brain is reduced and parts of the body are not controlled by the affected part of the brain. able to function properly.
In order to reduce brain damage, recognizing the symptoms of stroke is very important in order to prevent the condition or get medical help in time. It also reduces the risk of disability. According to experts, stroke symptoms vary from person to person and depend on the type of stroke, the extent of the damage, and the affected part of the brain. However, all stroke symptoms have one thing in common – they almost always occur suddenly.
Here are the most common symptoms of the condition:
Total or partial paralysis
Numbness in the left hand, foot and left face.
difficulty understanding what others are saying or saying;
inability to see in one or both eyes;