Stroke, what should I do?

Will there be what after stroke?

Stroke is likely to occur when the following conditions occur:

(1) Limb numbness and inflexible movement;

(2) the mouth angle is skewed to one side;

(3) sudden decline in reaction ability;

(4) Blood pressure rises and falls;

(5) Paroxysmal headache and dizziness, which are becoming more and more severe;

(6) intermittent paralysis or inability to speak;

(7) Lethargy, unable to wake up, or not to shout.

In addition to these possible precursors of stroke, some patients will also suffer from severe jet-like vomiting, general convulsions, incontinence and other symptoms.

What should I do if I suddenly have a stroke?

Send to the hospital immediately or call 120

If you find someone around you with the above symptoms and suspect cerebral apoplexy, you must immediately send them to the hospital or call 120. The shorter the time from onset to treatment, the better the treatment effect.

How to prevent stroke?

1. Healthy Lifestyle

(1) In diet, pay attention to low fat and salt, and eat more fruits and vegetables.

(2) People who smoke and drink are prone to stroke. Quitting smoking and drinking can reduce the possibility of stroke.

(3) Weight control: Obesity will increase the risk of hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia, and will also increase the possibility of stroke.

(4) Insist on exercise: Insist on exercising for half an hour every day.

2. Regular medical examinations

Regular physical examination can discover risk factors in advance and control the risk situation in time before stroke occurs.

3. Control existing diseases

People with hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, heart disease (atrial fibrillation) and atherosclerosis are more likely to suffer from cerebral apoplexy. For these people, controlling the existing diseases is the key to prevention.