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What consequences can have a stroke?

The most common consequences of stroke are:

  • Weakness or paralysis on one side of the body
  • Speech Difficulties
  • Poor balance and clumsy movements
  • No feeling in half of the body
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Loss of control over urination and bowel movements
  • Difficult to remember, think and solve problems.
  • Poor vision or changes in vision
  • Numbness
  • Problems to fend for themselves

15-20% are so severely affected that they will need care in a nursing home six months after the injury. Fortunately, as many as 25% may be completely without symptoms of its kind for the same period. Most will fall somewhere between these groups and as many as two out of three will be self-sufficient in the major daily activities when it's gone to a half years. To get there, it is important that you follow a good rehabilitation program.
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What is a stroke?

Stroke means that a part of the brain loses blood supply when blood flow to the brain stops, brain cells in the part of the brain die. Since the brain controls how you move, feel, think, behave, a stroke damage to one of these features.

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