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Although some of us do not pay attention to our nutrition to prevent future heart attacks, we must not forget how deadly a brain hemorrhage can be. Paralysis Association of Turkey reminds us the fifth leading cause of death in Turkey and says that every 40 seconds a person's stroke symptoms are the result of experience. Although full recovery is possible when you have a stroke, most people do not look for it. In fact, more than two-thirds of survivors have a form of disability associated with sudden onset.

Like a heart attack, strokes can be anywhere at any time and everything starts when the blood flow from a region of your brain is interrupted. From here, your brain cells, which lack oxygen, start to die, which causes problems elsewhere or even death. However, most strokes can be blocked and this can lead to many symptoms to alert you.

Before encountering some stroke symptoms, it is important to know the basics. With this acronym there is an easy way to identify the most common signs. He is also quick to act.

"Y" means face. Is your face hanging? Try to smile while looking in the mirror to see if one side of the face looks like it has been pulled down. "K" indicates the arms. Raise your arms. If an arm is dragged downwards, it is a sign. "S" means to say. Can not you repeat your words? Or are you starting to feel numbness in our tongue?
"Z" means time. If a stroke is on the way, your time is limited. Move quickly, and call any emergency 112 if any of these symptoms occur.

Not very common symptoms;

1. Sudden and severe headache

From time to time we feel that annoying pain in our skulls. Although occasional headaches are usually not something to worry about, you should be careful if your headaches are painful and uncomfortable without any warning. These are called painful headaches and they can point to bleeding in your brain. If you are over 50 years old and suddenly you have the greatest headache of your life, or if you notice that you are taking them more often than normal, contact the emergency service immediately. This may be a symptom of a stroke or other neurological problem.

2. Talking about the problem

Depending on which part of the brain is affected, the onset of stroke may cause speech problems in some cases. This is part of the abbreviation of FAST as mentioned earlier, but this symptom may occur in several ways. If someone who has a stroke explains that meaningful cues can have difficulty speaking or that they may have difficulty understanding complex speech, this is a symptom and urgent care is required. This symptom usually indicates that the brain-controlling area of ​​the brain is not providing the blood flow needed.

3. Loss of coordination

If you have a stroke, you may feel that your arms and legs are not going to work properly. This may mean that you are forced to walk because you are not balanced or your legs are suddenly weakened. You can also see yourself struggling more than usual or having difficulty collecting objects.

4. Blurred vision

Your carotid arteries are located on the edges of the pineal nerves and have an important job in keeping your brain, your knees and your face blood alive. This can also result in some strange changes in your opinion. Because oxygen is depleted in this part of your brain, you may feel badly at night, or you may feel like a shadow has been taken in the eye. If there is a stroke through the base of the skull, which is a hallmark of the arteries, you will see changes in your ability to see. You may experience a complete loss of vision.

5. Sudden voice annoyance

Your voice is typically not the first symptom to be affected by the paralysis. You will probably notice weakness or poor coordination in your legs before that. The Sound Foundation explains that the power of your voice can be affected by a number of neurological diseases such as Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis.
Loss of blood flow to the brain stem leads to a muffled or pale voice of paralyzed vocal muscles on one side. It is also possible to completely lose the ability to speak when the more dominant side of the mind is influenced.

6. Hiccups

Painful hiccups can be a signal that a stroke may come. We think of multiple hiccups as a slight discomfort that disappears as quickly as they begin. However, this disturbing bodily function gives a stroke signal. There may be painful, permanent and very severe hiccups. At the same time you notice numbness and blurred vision. If your hiccups are uncomfortable and you are accompanied by other symptoms, you should go to a doctor.

7. Pain in the face and on the road.

When you have arm pain, you're probably afraid of a heart attack. This may still be a stroke signal. Women are less likely to suffer before they become paralyzed. Women are more likely to think that stroke is primarily affected by men, older or unhealthy, and they can come to ignore this sign for this reason.
You should seek medical advice if you experience any symptoms, such as upper body pain, weakness, or any other symptoms.

8. Fainting

It is generally disinterested in fainting. Fainting is a brief loss of consciousness due to lack of oxygen to the brain. The condition is a symptom of a stroke and if the part of your brain affected by the lack of blood flow is awake and you are aware of it, this can be a symptom of sudden infarction.

9. Seizure

Medical attention should be taken immediately after the seizure. The probability of hemorrhagic stroke is 80% when there is bleeding in the brain. Blood vessels cause bumps and bleeding, which causes brain swelling and damage to the surrounding tissue. In short, these strokes should be taken seriously when they arrive.

* Stroke risk factors

Diabetes mellitus increases the risk. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle does not always give you the physics you want, but protect your brain. If you have had a stroke, serious or not, you are already at higher risk, having high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes makes you even more sensitive.

Heart disease and stroke are closely related. Coronary artery disease is caused by plaque accumulation in the heart. This can then block the flow of blood to the brain and cause catastrophic events. If you do not have heart disease, are still smoking, are eating poorly, and are not doing sports, you know that you risk your own stroke.

* What women need to know

Ladies, every 10 stroke strokes, This disease mostly affects older adults, while the number of women under the age of 45 is increasing. Young women also tend to see dizziness and headaches as symptoms, so it is important that you pay attention to your body when you are behaving abnormally. High blood pressure is a risk factor for both genders, but women should pay particular attention to blood pressure during pregnancy. If you rise to unsafe levels and you have children, this can definitely increase your risk of stroke.

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