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12 Signs & Symptoms of Stroke

During and after a stroke attack, a whole lot changes. Most of these changes vary and depend on the part of the brain where the stroke occurs or the severity of the condition. Do not be disappointed if I tell you that most of these behavioral changes can become permanent even after surviving a stroke. Today, stroke has rendered many people disabled. In fact, studies reveal that one of the highest diseases that render people disabled is a stroke. When you have a stroke, your whole body suffers the symptoms. From visual problems to a speech defect, sensory, facial, limbs, and entire body alterations. Some of the symptoms are relatively common, which is why you need to meet with your doctor to diagnose what is wrong with you. Below are the symptoms of stroke:

Difficulty in Walking

After developing a stroke, you may realize that your ability to move around has been tampered with. Getting acquainted with this realization may take a while because you are so used to moving around that you do it without even thinking. Now, all forms of movement become tasking somehow impossible. When you move, with every step you take, the brain sends signals and coordinates your movements. With a stroke, it is impossible for your brain to assemble and coordinate all these movements. The brain’s signals get all jumbled, altering the interactions between your mind and your muscles.