What are the symptoms of stroke?
Health information you can use from Apple magazine
If you have any of these symptoms,
call 911 or other emergency services
See your doctor if you have symptoms that seem
like a stroke, even if they go away quickly.
You may have had a transient ischemic attack
( TIA), sometimes called a mini-stroke. A TIA is a
warning that a stroke may happen soon. Getting
early treatment for a TIA can help prevent a
Symptoms of a stroke happen quickly. A stroke may cause:
•;Sudden numbness, paralysis, or weakness in your face, arm, or
leg, especially on only one side of your body
•;New problems with walking or balance
•;Sudden vision changes
•;Drooling or slurred speech
•;New problems speaking or understanding simple statements, or
•;A sudden, severe headache that is different from past headaches.