Thursday, February 24, 2011

Health and Medical Conditions: The Signs Of A Stroke What You Should Know



There are some signs of a storke that you may not know about, you may think it is just something stressful going on with your body. A stroke can disable or maybe even kill you if you don't know what to look for. People who are at high risk of having a stroke are those who have high blood pressure, obese and chronic stress or may have a bleed to the brain and that can be difficult to tell. A bleed to the brain is called a aneurysm which starts with a swollen blood vessel that is about to enrupt or has a slow leak.

 The signs of a Aneurysm:

Constant headaches such as migraines
Fatigue
Nausea
Dizziness

The signs of a stroke are:

Tingling in the hands or arms
Sudden numbness in hands or arms
Nausea
Sweating
Pain in the shoulder
Sudden slurred speech
Unusual movement of the mouth
Dizziness

Causes Of Stroke:

Uncontrolled High blood pressure
Being Obese
High Cholesterol
Chronic stress
Bleed to the brain
side effects of medications

These are very important signs to watch out for. Your health is very important if you plan on living for a long time. Read and know what may be going on with your body and go see your doctor if you have any concerns. The early you catch what ever is going on the better your chances of preventing death and being disable.

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