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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

See How To Recognize A Stroke, And Do Not Forget It

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See How To Recognize A Stroke, And Do Not Forget It

A girl stumbled and fell once at a party. Her friends wanted to call 911, but she assured them that she’s feeling good and that she fell because of her new shoes.

She looked pale and shivering, they helped her clean up and brought her a new plate of food.

The girl spent the rest of the evening with her friends. Her husband later called to say she was transferred to the hospital. At 23 pm that night … the girl died.

While with her friends she experienced one, and later another fatal stroke. If her friends knew how to read the signs of stroke that girl would probably be alive today.

Some people do not die on the spot. Often they remain in a hopeless condition, in need of help.

It only takes a minute to read the following…

A neurologist says he could remove the effects of stroke if he can get to the person concerned within 3 hours. Says the trick is to recognize a stroke within three hours, and it is simple.

Here’s how you can recognize someone having a stroke:

1) Ask the person to smile (he will fail)!
2) Ask the person to speak a simple sentence (for example: “Today is a beautiful day.”) He will have problems pronouncing!
3) Ask the person to raise both arms (will not be able to or only partially)!
4) Ask the person stick his tongue out (if the tongue is bent, swings from one side to another, it is also a sign of a stroke)!

If a person has a problem with one of the above steps, immediately call an emergency and describe the symptoms.

Cardiologists say, if we share these information to at least 10 people, be sure that a life can be saved.

Source: Healthy Life Tricks via Idealist Revolution

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