- Blurry vision/Loss of vision
The entire process first starts in your eyes. It can affect either one or your both eyes. About 44% of stroke sufferers have experienced loss of vision before their stroke.
- Sudden headache/Vertigo
Vertigo almost always occurs in women under 45. This is a clear sign that you should consult your doctor as soon as possible.
- Trouble speaking and understanding speech
In some parts of the day, the tiny confusions are often unnoticed. Feeling delirious and being able to speak often results in confusion.
- Loss of balance/Trouble walking
An unexpected feeling of general weakness and sluggishness in upper and lower limbs may indicate a stroke. Some sufferers experience paralysis and collapse. Paralysis is a common sign of stroke, and it definitely requires medical attention. Here’s a good test for this symptom. Open your arms wide with the palms up, and hold them in this position for 10 seconds. If one of your arms drops, your muscles are weak.
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