One Month Before STROKE Your Body Will Send You These Warning Signs

It is important to recognize the symptoms of a stroke and seek medical attention in time to prevent the condition or minimize brain damage. It also reduces the risk of disability. Experts say stroke symptoms vary from person to person and depend on the type of stroke, the severity of the injury and the area of the brain affected. However, all stroke symptoms have one thing in common: they are almost always random.

The most common symptoms of the disease:

Complete or partial disability.
Numbness on the left side of the left arm, leg, or face.
Difficulty speaking and understanding what others say;
frequent fainting;
Difficulty seeing in one or both eyes;
Breathing difficulty.
Unlawful possession.
Personality changes.

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