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Mild Stroke Symptoms

Mild stroke symptoms can lead to a more serious stroke.

Mild stroke symptoms occur when there is a temporary reduction in blood flowing to the brain. Mini-strokes are also referred to as Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs), which are warning signs of future strokes.

Mild stroke symptoms can range in their intensity and effects on an individual. Mild stroke symptoms can affect movement, speech, the senses, balance, and are a major risk for severe injury. A person's perception can change, which may make it more difficult for them to realize the risk involved in basic daily activities.

Mild Stroke Symptoms
Mild Stroke Symptoms

Mild stroke symptoms may lead to emotional outbursts, a person might be suddenly excessively happy or sad, without any reason. These emotional imbalances can be stressful for both the individual who has undergone a mild stroke as well as their family and friends.

Mild stroke symptoms also include speech difficulty; if a particular part of the brain is affected then speech can be slurred. Usually, the individual does not lose their ability to speak or form sentences, but may have trouble finding the right word, completing a thought or being intelligible.

The most common mild stroke symptoms include weakness in the face, arm or leg on one side of the body, facial numbness, inability to understand spoken words or the inability to speak, dizziness and blurred vision.

After experiencing mild stroke symptoms, patients experience fatigue, mood swings or problems with concentration.

Often, after experiencing a mild stroke, patients are overcome with fear of a more serious future stroke. In mild stroke symptoms, serious consideration and medical attention is necessary and urgent.

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