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The 7 signs you’ve had a stroke without realizing it

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Although strokes do not go unnoticed in most cases, sometimes you can be exempt from clear symptoms that are only detected ‘later’. Some experts shared how you can detect a silent stroke.

Many people do not pay due attention to brain health, although even micro-strokes lead to the formation of small affected areas in the brain that are clearly seen on MRI images. 

Although most people recover from a stroke quickly and without complications, in up to 15% of cases a stroke can be followed by a more serious stroke. According to experts, consulted by Revyuh, these are the main symptoms of the so-called silent stroke:

  • Vertigo;
  • gait disorders;
  • vision problems;
  • strabism;
  • difficulties in speaking clearly;
  • facial asymmetry;
  • numbness and weakness in the limbs.

The neurologists stressed that people suffering from hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases are at a higher risk of having a stroke. You should also be careful if you lead a sedentary lifestyle and are overweight.

As experts point out that prevention measures such as heart rate control, a balanced diet and constant physical activity help “reduce the risk of stroke by up to 80%.”

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