Major Symptoms Of A Silent Stroke That Are Always Ignored

Have you ever known someone who’s suffered a stroke? Have you ever had one yourself? A stroke is something your doctors will warn you about if you’re not taking care of your health.

A stroke is an event where the arteries leading to your brain get damaged. This leads to a loss of function in parts of your body, and even death. What’s even scarier is the fact that a stroke can be silent. That’s right, you could be having a stroke and not even know it. Let’s talk more about that in today’s video. What exactly causes a silent stroke? Are there symptoms? We’re talking all that and more…

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Intro – 0:00
What Is A Stroke? – 00:30
Mini-stroke – 01:23
Symptoms Of A Stroke? – 02:05
Silent Stroke? – 02:58
Treat A Stroke? – 04:10
What Causes A Silent Stroke – 05:24
Prevent This From Happening? – 06:08


What Is A Stroke?
With a normal stroke that one might expect, symptoms are usually things like sudden numbness, and weakness. This usually occurs in the face, legs or arms.

This is when a clot is only temporary. Also known as a transient ischemic attack, or TIA, a mini-stroke happens when there’s an interruption of blood flow to your brain, spinal cord or retina.

Symptoms Of A Stroke
We’ve mentioned a few stroke signs. Let’s talk about them in a little more detail. There are five major warning signs of a stroke.

Silent Stroke
Well, the problem with a silent stroke is that there won’t be any of these warnings. You won’t even experience sudden confusion.

Treat A Stroke
Well, there are a number of ways to treat a stroke. After the symptoms have set in, your doctor will do a CT scan on your brain.

What Causes A Silent Stroke?
Well your risk of a stroke will always go up when your arteries are in danger. This is often brought on by lack of exercise and poor diet.

Prevent This From Happening
Well, you can never fully prevent something, but you can decrease the risk. One of the best ways to decrease the risk of stroke is to live a healthier lifestyle.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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