Signs of a stroke

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Signs of a stroke

Postby Surgeonsoul on Wed Sep 21, 2016 7:54 pm

Many have no idea what they are, don't recognize when someone may be having one. It is just too important not to know, when you read that stroke victims are not just the elderly. Young people are having them as well. Even silent strokes can have signs that you can see.

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If you or someone with you experiences any of these signs, call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number immediately. Acting quickly can improve your survival and recovery.

Do not drive yourself or the person having a stroke to the hospital – an ambulance will get you to the best hospital for stroke care.

What to expect at the hospital
The paramedics will take you to the closest hospital with a specialized program for stroke care. They can call ahead so hospital staff are prepared for your arrival.

You should receive medical attention soon after you arrive. If you don’t, let the emergency department staff know.
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Re: Signs of a stroke

Postby Tsukihime on Fri Sep 23, 2016 4:16 pm

People need to realize that their diet could be lacking some key nutritional aspects like minerals or vitamins too.
Stress can run down one's adrenal system and the body has to replenish its tanks
for the next bout. Too much stress does serious harm on a body.

If anyone is taking calcium for heart concerns, there also has to be magnesium added or else blood vessels
can become inflexible. Not good if there are clotting factors to consider.
That's princess to you.
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