What causes a brain stem stroke

An image of a labeled brain Brain stem strokes can have complex symptoms and can be difficult to diagnose. In most strokes, a person may have dizzines
Health Prefixes
Brain Stroke

Brain Stroke

Brain stem stroke

An image of a labeled brain
Brain stem strokes can have complex symptoms and can be difficult to diagnose. In most strokes, a person may have dizziness, lightheadedness, and severe imbalance—weakness on one side of the body—without symptoms. 

Vertigo Dizziness or disequilibrium symptoms usually occur together; Dizziness alone is not a symptom of stroke. A brain stem stroke can cause double vision, slurred speech, and loss of consciousness.

The incidence of non-communicable diseases and brain stroke has increased in the country in the last few years. The rate of brain stroke has increased significantly. Brain stroke is one of the leading causes of death in India recently. 

In the last few years, the number of brain stroke disorders and deaths has reached 5 million. The incidence of brain stroke has increased the most since 2000. The number of victims is between 30-40. According to the World Health Organization, it is considered the second leading cause of death worldwide. 

In 2019, more than 6 million people died of this brain stroke worldwide.

What is brain stem stroke?

A brain stroke occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is cut off. Less oxygen reaches brain cells. When the brain lacks oxygen, cells die quickly. When the cells die, the various organs of the body lose their function. It can even lead to death. At the same time, some parts of the brain lose control.

So timely treatment is necessary to avoid brain stroke damage. Identification is also important. And so it is very important in the first four and a half hours after the stroke. In medical terms it is called golden period. If treatment is started at this time, the patient has a better chance of recovery and recovery. There are also medical facilities. And so everything should be kept in mind-

  • loss of balance 
  • loss of vision in one or both eyes
  • drooping of one side of the mouth
  • infection in one hand
  • obscene conversation

Symptoms of Brain Stroke

 Signs or Symptoms of Brain Stroke

If you have all these symptoms, be careful and rush to the nearest hospital. It is very important to raise this awareness among Indians If you have problems like heart problems, diabetes, high blood pressure, you should be aware of stroke from the beginning. 

Recently Boehringer Ingelheim India conducted a study in different states of India, especially metro cities. And 5 percent people know the word stroke and 20 percent people are aware of stroke symptoms. From the results of the survey it is clear that this awareness needs to be increased manifold. 

The death rate of brain stroke is so high due to lack of awareness. The more people know about the symptoms and causes of stroke, the better the quality of life. Brain stroke rate can be prevented if people are aware.

What causes a brain stem stroke?

Dr. Ratna Devi, CEO of Southern Health and Education, said that lifestyle diseases are one of the causes of brain stroke. A brain stroke is most likely to occur if the body is not taken care of for years, neglected and any symptoms are ignored. 

If the lifestyle is controlled, the body is healthy if the rules of eating and sleeping are followed. Along with that, the risk of stroke is greatly reduced. Also other things must be complied with-

Stay away from tobacco, alcohol. In addition, salt and sugar rich foods should be eaten as little as possible. You should exercise regularly for 30 minutes. Reduce stress. Along with this there is a clear outlook on life. 

Also, after recovering from a stroke, you should regularly check in with your doctor. Urgent health check up. At the same time you have to be patient otherwise serious damage may occur. Don't overexcite. Do not overwork the body. Follow expert advice on how to recover slowly.

Google News 

Thanks for reading: What causes a brain stem stroke, Sorry, my English is bad:)

Getting Info...

Post a Comment