How to recognize the signs and symptoms of stroke

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How to recognize the signs and symptoms of stroke

By stroke, every second counts! Namely, brain cells die quickly if they do not have access to oxygen. Therefore, it is very important that you learn these signs and symptoms that may indicate stroke.

Learn to recognize the signs of stroke already today. Quick examination and treatment can save lives and reduce brain damage. Feel free to share the article in social media for increased knowledge about these symptoms.

BONUS: At the bottom of the article, we also show a video with a suggestion for 6 daily exercise exercises that can be done for those who are mildly affected by stroke.

- Can hit anyone and everyone!

During a nice summer party, a middle-aged woman (Berit) stumbled and fell. She quickly assured those around her that things were going well with her, even though several of them would call for an ambulance. She quickly blamed her for stumbling because of her new shoes.


They got her on her feet, brushed off the grass shrubs and served her a new plate of barbecue food and something good in the glass. Berit seemed a little shaken after her previous fall, but she seemed to enjoy herself for the rest of the evening.

Later in the evening - after the party - Berit's husband called to inform if she had been taken to hospital. She died at 19 p.m. 00:XNUMX CET.

Berit had suffered a stroke during the barbecue party which had developed with a fatal outcome. Had any of the guests known this information on how to recognize a blow - then someone might have saved her.

Discussion with health professionals

A neurosurgeon said that if he receives a victim within 3 hours, he can in most cases reverse the injuries completely. He says that the difficulties lie in the fact that the stroke must be recognized, diagnosed and treated within 3 hours to avoid excessive injuries. This is where general knowledge comes in - if you and I can learn the signs, then maybe we can save lives.

Signs and symptoms of stroke

Read more about the new stroke indicator further down in the article.

- FAST: A vital rule

There is a simple rule for remembering the clinical signs of stroke - namely the word FAST (ie 'fast' in English, as in that the treatment should be performed quickly).

F = FACE (Facial paralysis. CHECK: Ask the person to smile. SYMPTOM: Smile crooked)
A = ARM (Paralysis in the arm. CHECK: Ask the person to raise his hands over his head. SYMPTOM: Can't keep his arms raised.)
S = LANGUAGE (Language disorder. CHECK: Ask the person to say a sentence «The sun is shining today» SYMPTOM: Can not find the words)
T = SPEECH (Speech disorder. CHECK: Pronunciation. SYMPTOM: The person speaks indistinctly.)

For one or more of these FAST symptoms, call 113 and describe the symptoms of the emergency phone!


- The tongue may indicate a stroke

A hitherto somewhat unknown indicator for Ola Nordmann, but well known in the medical world. Ask the person to stick out their tongue - if it is crooked and pulled towards one side then this can be a sign of a blow!

Several in the medical world, including several neurologists and cardiologists, agree that if more people recognized these signs and symptoms of stroke - then many could have received medical treatment earlier and saved their lives.

headaches and headaches

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Stroke is life-threatening and requires quick treatment. Contact emergency services if you think you are about to have a stroke. We also recommend that you go to your regular doctor for regular check-ups, exercise regularly and focus on a healthy, varied diet.

Summary / summary of possible clinical signs and symptoms of stroke:

- Sudden numbness and / or weakness in the face, arm or leg - especially on one side of the body.

- Sudden confusion, speech disorder and difficulty understanding words.

- Sudden loss of vision or visual disturbance in one or both eyes.

- Sudden coordination problems, difficulties with balance and walking.

- Sudden, acute severe headache without known cause.

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Stroke and Exercise

Being hit by a stroke can lead to severe fatigue and enduring men, but several studies have shown the importance of customized daily exercise and exercises to stimulate improved function. In combination with a good diet for better blood vessels. We also recommend that you join your local team affiliated with the Norwegian Association for the Impoverished for good support and follow-up.

Here is a video with suggestions for 6 daily exercises, made by the rehabilitation therapist and sports chiropractor Alexander Andorff, for those who are mildly affected by stroke. Of course, we note that these are not suitable for everyone, and that one must take into account their own medical history and their disabilities. But we want to emphasize the importance of movement and daily active daily life.

VIDEO: 6 Daily Exercises for Those Who Are Mildly Impacted by Stroke

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