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Learn to Recognize the Signs of a Stroke

A stroke, also known as a brain attack, occurs when blood flow to the brain stops, and the brain cells in the area begin to die. A stroke can affect the entire body.

Acting fast can make a big difference for someone who’s having a stroke. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) emphasizes that getting emergency help within an hour can prevent long-term disability or death.

You may be reluctant to call emergency services if you aren’t sure whether someone’s having a stroke, but people who get treatment sooner have a major advantage.

People who are treated with a blood clot-dissolving drug within 4.5 hours of symptoms have a greater chance of recovering without major disability, according to 2018 guidelines from the American Heart Association (AHA) and American Stroke Association (ASA).

Some strokes may also require surgical treatment.

The ability to recognize the signs and symptoms of a stroke can mean the difference between life and death. Read on to learn what they are.

What it means to “Act FAST”

Stroke symptoms are unique because they come on suddenly, without warning. The National Stroke Association suggests using the term “FAST” to help you recognize common stroke symptoms.

Face — If you notice a droop or uneven smile on a person’s face, this is a warning sign.

Arms — Arm numbness or weakness can be a warning sign. You can ask the person to raise their arms if you’re unsure. It’s a warning sign if the arm drops down or isn’t steady.

Speech difficulty — Ask the person to repeat something. Slurred speech can indicate that the person is having a stroke.

Time — If someone is experiencing stroke symptoms, it’s time to act fast.

Additional symptoms of stroke may include:

  • vision troubles, in one or both eyes
  • numbness in limbs, most likely on one side
  • overall fatigue
  • trouble walking

If you feel these signs yourself, or see them affecting someone else, call 911 or your local emergency services. Get more information about first aid for stroke.

Symptoms of stroke in women

Women can have unique symptoms. These symptoms can also happen suddenly, and include:

  • fainting
  • general weakness
  • shortness of breath
  • confusion or unresponsiveness
  • sudden behavioral change
  • irritation
  • hallucination
  • nausea or vomiting
  • pain
  • seizures
  • hiccups

Don’t wait to call for help

What if you notice that someone is having just one of the warning signs for stroke?

Maybe their face is drooping, but they can still walk and talk fine and there’s no weakness in their arms or legs. In a situation like this, it’s still important to act fast if there’s any chance you’re seeing the warning signs of a stroke.

Speedy treatment can improve chances for full recovery.

Call your local emergency services or get the person to a hospital right away. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), you don’t have to exhibit all of the warning signs to be having a stroke.

After you call emergency services

After you call 911, check to see what time you first noticed the warning signs. The emergency crew can use this information to help determine the most helpful type of treatment.

Certain types of medicine need to be administered within 3 to 4.5 hours of stroke symptoms to help prevent disability or death.

According to the AHA and ASA guidelines, people who are experiencing stroke symptoms have a 24-hour window to receive treatment with mechanical clot removal. This treatment is also known as a mechanical thrombectomy.

So, remember to think FAST, act quickly, and get emergency help if you notice any stroke warning signs.

What’s it like after a stroke?

There are three types of stroke:

  • An ischemic stroke is a blockage in the artery.
  • A hemorrhagic stroke is caused by a blood vessel rupture.
  • A ministroke, or transient ischemic attack (TIA), is a temporary blockage in the artery. Ministrokes don’t cause permanent damage but they do increase your risk for stroke.

People who recover from stroke may experience these effects:

  • weakness and paralysis
  • spasticity
  • changes in senses
  • memory, attention, or perception problems
  • depression
  • fatigue
  • vision problems
  • behavior changes

Your doctor can recommend treatment for these symptoms. Some alternative treatments like acupuncture and yoga may help with concerns such as muscle weakness and depression. It’s important to follow through with your treatment after a stroke. After having one stroke, your risk for having another stroke increases.

Prepare for stroke

You can prepare for stroke if you know you’re at risk for one. These steps include:

  • educating family and friends about “FAST”
  • wearing medical identification jewelry for medical staff
  • keeping your updated medical history on hand
  • having emergency contacts listed on your phone
  • keeping a copy of your medications with you
  • teaching your children how to call for help

Knowing the address of the hospital in your area that has a designated stroke center, if one with a center is available, is helpful.

Preventing stroke

Having a stroke increases your risk for another one. The best treatment for a stroke is prevention. You can take steps to minimize your risk factors for having a stroke by:

  • eating more vegetables, beans, and nuts
  • eating more seafood instead of red meat and poultry
  • limiting intake of sodium, fats, sugars, and refined grains
  • increasing exercise
  • limiting or quitting tobacco use
  • drinking alcohol in moderation
  • taking prescribed medications for conditions, such as high blood pressure, as directed

Talk to your doctor if you have a health condition or other medical factors that increase your risk. They’ll be able to work with you to manage risk factors.

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    Good advice. It will help me look for these things in my mother, whose mother and grandmother both passed from a stroke.

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      Hypertension and Diabetes runs in my family on both my mother and father side. My wonderful grandmother( on my mother side) and my mom both died of a stroke. I’ve had high blood pressure for the last 10 yrs. and is on medication. Doctor put me on a real restricted diet and advise me to exercise a little more. Don’t stress so much. This is nothing to joke about. Please take care of yourself.

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    Thank you, great info ….

  • Melinda
    Posted at 23:11h, 11 June Reply

    Thanks

  • KEITH fletcher
    Posted at 23:24h, 11 June Reply

    Thank you

  • Ronald E Scholz
    Posted at 23:52h, 11 June Reply

    Very good advice

  • Tim Main
    Posted at 23:52h, 11 June Reply

    Great information thanks

  • STACEY HAMNER
    Posted at 23:54h, 11 June Reply

    Thanks

  • Kerri Parris
    Posted at 00:02h, 12 June Reply

    Good info nice to know what things to look for have fast posted on my frig 6/11/2019 thanks

  • Patricia
    Posted at 00:08h, 12 June Reply

    Very good information ..

  • Sedrick King
    Posted at 00:10h, 12 June Reply

    Fast is a great way to remember the signs

  • Carmelita Leal
    Posted at 00:28h, 12 June Reply

    This was very helpfull

  • Paula S Shoaf
    Posted at 01:11h, 12 June Reply

    A good reminder what to look for

    • Ethel Searles.le
      Posted at 12:50h, 13 June Reply

      Thank you for this very informative information. I enjoyed reading this article.

  • Peggy Herrlein
    Posted at 01:18h, 12 June Reply

    Thank you. Good information

  • Kathi Warden
    Posted at 01:52h, 12 June Reply

    Great article. I knew some of the stuff on here but not all of it.

  • Bernadette Kniffin
    Posted at 02:10h, 12 June Reply

    Good to know.

  • Sandra Vicks
    Posted at 02:32h, 12 June Reply

    We must learn to take better care of ourselves

  • Chris Barlow
    Posted at 02:35h, 12 June Reply

    This is good information.
    Help to prevent having one.

  • Brandy Chandler
    Posted at 02:40h, 12 June Reply

    Great information

  • Vicki Rogan
    Posted at 02:58h, 12 June Reply

    FAST is very important. Good info

  • Stephanie Arnett
    Posted at 03:02h, 12 June Reply

    Very helpful information

  • Jennifer Chavarria
    Posted at 03:13h, 12 June Reply

    Great information

  • Zachary Stivers
    Posted at 03:18h, 12 June Reply

    Acting F.A.S.T can save a life. Knowing the signs of stroke is very important

  • Jim Cosby
    Posted at 05:30h, 12 June Reply

    My son had a stroke at 50 years old. And he is a physician.

  • Robin Ousley
    Posted at 08:48h, 12 June Reply

    There was some things in there I didnt know thanks

  • Kristin Meschke
    Posted at 10:44h, 12 June Reply

    Great!!

  • Jessica Saunders
    Posted at 11:32h, 12 June Reply

    Very helpful

  • Danny LaFountain
    Posted at 11:36h, 12 June Reply

    Helpful

  • Christine Owsley
    Posted at 11:51h, 12 June Reply

    Good info. Very informative

  • CRESIDA D HAYWOOD
    Posted at 11:51h, 12 June Reply

    Thank you

  • Cassandra
    Posted at 11:54h, 12 June Reply

    My sister in law had a mini stoke last summer. The tips to watch for after a stroke I found very helpful. Good info.

  • Shelby York
    Posted at 12:07h, 12 June Reply

    Thanks

  • Trish Bowman
    Posted at 12:34h, 12 June Reply

    God Info. Thank you!

  • Crystal Moore
    Posted at 14:02h, 12 June Reply

    Thanks

  • Candias Wright
    Posted at 14:47h, 12 June Reply

    Thank you! Great read !

  • Victoria Martinez
    Posted at 16:31h, 12 June Reply

    Great information

  • Heather Raymondo
    Posted at 17:30h, 12 June Reply

    Important information for everyone to have. Thank you

  • Wayne Opatz
    Posted at 17:40h, 12 June Reply

    Good information to know

  • Nate Traylor
    Posted at 18:30h, 12 June Reply

    Good info, spread the word

  • Kevin K
    Posted at 19:56h, 12 June Reply

    Valuable Information!!!

  • Kathy Brown
    Posted at 21:01h, 12 June Reply

    I like the infor about the sign and what to expect and watch for

  • Laurie Christensen
    Posted at 21:57h, 12 June Reply

    Time is brain, time is muscle. Good read.

  • Tia Easton
    Posted at 00:37h, 13 June Reply

    Thank you

  • Mayra Echeverria
    Posted at 01:31h, 13 June Reply

    read

  • Melinda Harris
    Posted at 01:49h, 13 June Reply

    Thanks great reminder!

  • Sharon K Coleman
    Posted at 02:31h, 13 June Reply

    Great information

  • Lori Imler
    Posted at 02:46h, 13 June Reply

    Because the symptoms could be confused with other conditions it seems it would be prudent to be better safe than sorry

  • Valentina Washington
    Posted at 03:51h, 13 June Reply

    Thanks for the information very good

  • Sherri Carter
    Posted at 10:54h, 13 June Reply

    Thanks good info to know!

  • Andria Airhart
    Posted at 11:38h, 13 June Reply

    Great information. Thank you!

  • joe drake
    Posted at 13:04h, 13 June Reply

    good to know

  • Thomas M Gavin
    Posted at 13:40h, 13 June Reply

    I will definitely act FAST .

  • Sharon Denny
    Posted at 14:31h, 13 June Reply

    Good to know – thanks!

  • Alexander
    Posted at 14:34h, 13 June Reply

    Good information!

  • Kayleigh Durant
    Posted at 15:53h, 13 June Reply

    Very helpful!

  • Rickey Harris
    Posted at 16:00h, 13 June Reply

    Thanks for this very helpful information, i will remember to act fast.

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