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10 ‘Eerie’ Symptoms Which Indicate That You Had A Silent Stroke And That Another One Will Soon Follow


Strokes are a serious health condition that may hit people of any age. In fact, many people are unaware of the most common symptoms of a stroke and are caught by surprise when it happens. Therefore, it is crucial to learn to recognize the early symptoms of strokes. A silent stroke is a stroke that does not have any outward symptoms and the patient is usually unaware they have suffered it.

Here are the most common early signs of a stroke you should pay attention to:

  • Pain in one side of the face

Feeling sudden pain stabs in your extremities or one side of your face might predict a stroke.

  • Inability to catch breath/Tremors

Strokes are often preceded by a shortness of breath. Also, the heart arrhythmia occurs as a result of the lack of oxygen.

  • Blurry vision/Loss of vision

People who’ve experienced a stroke report that they experience a blurry vision or vision loss right before the stroke happens.

  • Loss of balance/Trouble walking

An unfamiliar feeling of general weakness and sluggishness in upper and lower limbs may indicate a stroke. If you suspect you’re having a stroke get up and open your arms, holding your palms up for about 10 seconds. If one of the arms drops, it means your muscles are weak.

  • Facial paralysis

This is definitely one of the most common signs of a stroke and usually occurs only on one side of the face.

  • Sudden headache/Vertigo

If a headache strikes all of a sudden or you feel vertigo it is a sign that you must visit your doctor as soon as possible.

  • Trouble speaking and understanding speech

In some parts of the day, the tiny confusions are often unnoticed. Also, if you’re having difficulties understanding others you should visit a doctor.

  • Fatigue

According to studies, women often deal with fatigue, confusion, and disorientation. Each of these is a clear sign of stroke.

  • Headaches and migraine

Studies show that frequent migraines and headaches are a common symptom of stroke. Studies have also shown that this is more common in women so if you suffer from regular headaches you should visit your doctor.


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