signs-of-strokeIf you are worried you or a loved one has suffered from a stroke, here are 7 signs to look for. If you notice any of them, it is advisable to contact a doctor or medical professional.

  1. Trouble Seeing – This can be with one or both eyes. This can be anything from blurred vision to complete loss of vision.
  1. Difficulty Speaking – If you notice slurred speech, a confusion of words, or an inability to speak all together, that can be a sign of a stroke.
  1. Dizziness – Dizziness and an inability to stand or sit can be a sign of a stroke. A loss of balance is common during and immediately after a stroke.
  1. Numbness – Numbness in the arms, legs, or face can be an easy sign of a stroke. This will generally happen on one side of the body, making it a noticeable change.
  1. Confusion – This will often set in several days before a stroke, and will get worse until the stroke happens. If you are unable to understand what someone is saying to you, or are having trouble remembering basic things, it might be a good idea to consult a doctor. Even if you have not had a stroke, this can be a symptom that one is coming.
  1. Headache – This is not a run of the mill, everyday