mild-stroke

Mild Stroke is also known as TIA or transient ischemic attack. This happens when a part of the brain starts to experience a sudden and insufficient flow of blood. This can cause symptoms similar to a stroke. It can be resolved within 24 hours. Not like stroke, this type of mini-stroke does not kill the tissues of the brain and it does not cause enduring disabilities. It is just proper to get medical attention right away considering that the symptoms are highly much like that of a stroke.

The most common symptoms include:

* Tingling sensation

* Confusion

* Changes in vision

* Difficulty in balance

* Weakness

* Muscle weakness

* Difficulty in speaking

With TIA, it may also cause:

* Passing out

* Dizziness

* Level of consciousness is altered

* Sense of smell and taste is not normal

There are people who are at high risk to develop this condition. The most common would be those with hypertension or high blood pressure. Others include those with high cholesterol, with diabetes, obese, with atrial fibrillation and smokers.

To get the right treatment, there is no other best way than to consult a doctor. This way, you can ensure about the condition well and they can give you the recommended medication as well as the appropriate diet for your needs.

  1. March 24, 2017

    Insufficient flow of blood means Mild Stroke is also known as TIA or transient ischemic attack. Yes, consult a doctor is one of the best things you can do when you experienced symptoms. And then follow doctor’s prescription. If you are a chain smoker so you should avoid smoking from now. It will bring a good result in the end.

  2. March 31, 2017

    Many people have mild strokes without even realising it. When they have a big stroke, test show that sometime before they had milder one.

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