Yes, and this is the main reason why in this article we will talk about strokes, the most common warning signs and how to protect yourself.

First, you should know that there are 2 major types of strokes: ischemic and haemorrhagic. Ischemic strokes are more common and are caused by narrowing or blockage of the arteries of the brain, resulting in severely reduced blood flow.

Hemorrhagic strokes are more rare and are caused by bleeding in the brain.


Can I ask you a simple question – do you know what a stroke is? Well, the stroke is a disease that affects the arteries leading to and into the brain.

Stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients in the brain blocks a clot or breakage. When this happens, part of the brain can not get the blood (and oxygen) that needs it, so that brain cells die. And now you are most likely to ask – what are the consequences of a stroke? The brain is an extremely complex organ that controls the various functions of the body. If a stroke occurs and the blood flow can not reach an area that controls a particular function of the body, it will not work properly.

This is extremely important to identify the warning signs of stroke and seek medical attention as soon as possible in order to reduce the risk of serious brain damage. This can help reduce the risk of death or disability and improve your chances of recovery. Medical experts say that signs and symptoms may vary among people, depending on the type of stroke, the part of the brain that is affected, and the degree of disability. But they all tend to start suddenly.

The most common symptoms
Dizziness or weakness.
Breathing problems.
Epileptic seizures.
Temporary loss of vision
The loudness of the world

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